/ (ˈləʊˌlaɪt) /
an unenjoyable or unpleasant part of an event
(usually plural) a streak of darker colour artificially applied to the hair
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Lowlight: Milbank suggesting Hillary Clinton should be served a bottle of ‘Mad Bitch’ beer.