Ephraim, holding a burning match in clumsy fingers, lit a student lamp—the fire of a new hearth.
You want a crockery set, first; a student lamp, and an oil can to keep your oil in.
He studied when he might better have been at play, and he kept up his diary under a student lamp into all hours of the night.
I was correcting some examination papers, she added, going to the desk and turning out the student lamp.
In another moment a dozen marshmallows were frizzling over the gas-jets, while the student lamp did duty for several more.
They saw the dim glow of the student lamp in his quarters, as they jingled cheerily away.
I went out this morning and bought a student lamp at the store, paying six dollars and a half for it.
The arm-chair was gone, the books were gone, the student lamp was gone, although it was my sitting-room.
A student lamp, or shaded incandescent light, should be used for reading.
Mrs. Wyman left the room and the consul drew his chair closer to his desk where a student lamp burned.