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Drummond light

noun
Origin of Drummond light
1835-1845
1835-45; named after Capt. T. Drummond (1797-1840), British engineer
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n.

"torch that burns calcium oxide (lime) and gives off intense white light," 1854, named for Scottish engineer Capt. Thomas Drummond, R.E., (1797-1840), who invented it c.1825.

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