Red Light

Red light may refer to:

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Red Light - See Also
... Red, any of a number of similar colors evoked by light in the wavelength range of 630–740 nm Red-light district, a part of an urban area where there is a concentration of prostitution and sex-oriented ...
Michael Stefano
... In 2001 he started directing for Red Light District Video ... and Jewel De'Nyle (whom he would later marry), bankrolled by Red Light ... Iron and Steve Holmes, and produced very similar content to Red Light ...
Munkkivuori - Huopalahdentie Accident
... Huopalahdentie on August 2002, when a man in his thirties disregarded the instructions of a red traffic light ... The man denied explicitly running a red light but the Court of Appeal stated that it was substantiated that the lights had been red at least five seconds at the moment the man crossed the pedestrian ... admitted right away that he had disrespected the red light ...
Charlie Redstar - Examples of Sightings
1975, north of Lundar, Manitoba - A farmer walking to his barn saw a basketball-sized light swooping over him ... She saw a red ball of light, as bright as the sun, zipping southwards ... - The Diemert couple was walking to their private airfield, when they saw a large red slow-moving light, hovering at the treeline ...
Suffolkater - Court Appearances
... but apparently changed his mind and dropped her off back in the red light district of Ipswich ... when he gave the police the impression he was unaware he was in the red light district and that he was driving around because he could not sleep ... Wright's rented flat is located in the red light area ...

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    The light passes
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    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    The red of her lower lip
    kissed off by her lover at night
    can be seen at dawn,
    reflected in the eyes
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