You do not forswear studying by electric light because Lincoln relied on his fireplace.
They pioneered arena performances and electric light, enabling the first night performances.
When I do, I can see an electric light, a Dyson vacuum cleaner, a laptop computer, a blow-heater and a mobile phone.
I motioned him to a seat on a bench under the electric light, and sat down beside him.
Then he returned to the pilot-house, turned on the electric light once more, and glanced at the barometer.
He flashed on the electric light and saw that the hour was a little after eleven.
In the kitchen the electric light blazed upon walls tiled in grey and a floor tiled in black and white.
The "Great White Way" flashed its splendours of electric light.
"I must prepare a welcome for him," he said, and so turned out the electric light at the end of the long flexible wire.
The electric light, moreover, requires no air to sustain it.