Green light or greenlight may refer to:
- The wavelengths of light perceived as green by the human eye
- The green light on a traffic light
- Green-light, formal approval of a project to move forward
- Fishing light attractor
- Green light (UFO), a type of unidentified flying objects
- Greenlight (internet service), a fiber-optic internet service provided by the city of Wilson, North Carolina
- Green Light (novel), a 1935 novel by Lloyd C. Douglas
- Green Light, a precursor to the Sea Cat surface-to-air missile
- Steam Greenlight, a service part of Valve's Steam software
Other articles related to "light, green light, lights, green":
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... It still is unclear exactly why plants have mostly evolved to be green ... Green plants reflect mostly green and near-green light to viewers rather than absorbing it ... Other parts of the system of photosynthesis still allow green plants to use the green light spectrum (e.g ...
... Of the albums released during this period, Green Light was the only one which failed to make the top 10 ... A third and final release, the title track "Green Light" finally gave him a chart entry in early 1979, but only managed to creep up to No.57 ... Green Light was remastered and re-issued on Compact disc in July 2002 ...
Famous quotes containing the words light and/or green:
“Experience was to be taken as showing that one might get a five-pound note as one got a light for a cigarette; but one had to check the friendly impulse to ask for it in the same way.”
—Henry James (18431916)
“It was in and about the Martinmas time,
When the green leaves were afalling,
That Sir John Graeme, in the West Country,
Fell in love with Barbara Allan.”
—Unknown. Bonny Barbara Allan (l. 14)