kind of arc lamp used as a studio light, 1921, from Bavarian-born U.S. engineers brothers Anton and John Kliegl, who invented it.
Until he un-retires again because of boredom and missing the klieg lights and having a car trunk still stuffed with incense.
So the klieg lights shifted to the glorious and not-so-distant past.
No, it was a beard that bespoke a long and very public humiliation, and, then, a withdrawal from the klieg lights.
The night he spoke in Charlotte, he took with him into the klieg lights a 69 percent approval—his highest rating ever.
The West can keep attention focused on the Russian anti-gay crackdown, even after the Olympic klieg lights dim.
After that, the campaign proved itself plenty worthy of the klieg lights.
Little did I think when I acted under the klieg lights that the fate of two continents would some day depend on this gift of mine.
He approached the set on which two cameras stood trained at close range, with klieg lights focussed.