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grow light

a fluorescent light bulb designed to emit light of a wavelength conducive to plant growth. Unabridged
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  • It was about ten o'clock in the morning, when it began to grow light, that we could first see the destruction done.

    The Visionary Jonas Lie
  • As soon as it began to grow light, the door of the wagon was again opened.

    The Quest Frederik van Eeden
  • At this time of the year it would begin to grow light soon after three.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey
  • When the East began to grow light, the Princess (for it was she) said it was time to go.

    The Blue Rose Fairy Book Maurice Baring
  • It was now beginning to grow light, and, as the man sprang after him, Hal recognized him.

  • After it began to grow light, he sneaked back to his burrow.

    Among the Night People Clara Dillingham Pierson
  • Thus a long time passed, and it had been dark in the winter, and was beginning to grow light near the coming of spring.

  • Then the chamber began to grow light, like very early morning.

    A Voyage to Arcturus David Lindsay
  • It was a long pull, and when they reached the outer pier of the harbor it was beginning to grow light in the east.

  • "It's beginning to grow light in the east," observed the driver.

    Captured by the Navajos Charles A. Curtis

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