Some articles on lighted:
... Formerly bonfires were lighted (to announce the appearance of the new moon) but when the Cutheans practiced their deceit, it was ordained that messengers ... How were these bonfires lighted? They brought long staves of cedar wood, canes, and branches of the olive tree, and bundles of tow which were tied on top of them with twine with these they went to the top of a mountain ...
1 lake/pond 2 concession stands 3 lighted soccer fields 12 lighted tennis courts 3 lighted basketball courts 1 volleyball court 2 lighted racquetball courts 2 lighted ball diamonds 22 barbecues 1 group ...
... There is a lighted sign that reads "Bayern Kurve" and flashing sun mounted above the mountains and sometimes there are chasing lights added to edge the tops of the ... There are lighted Olympic rings mounted on the mountains below the track with a wooden bobsled figure on each side of the rings ... with the Olympic rings in it and has a lighted, scalloped awning above it in parts ...
... and always part of the design, into which the lighted match could be placed, rather like a miniature candle ... The idea was that, rather than risk taking a lighted candle near to the voluminous fabric of a four poster bed, the lighted match on the mantelpiece ...
... The John Williams Athletic Complex which includes a lighted 4500 seat football/soccer stadium and an eight lane track ... The John Williams Baseball Field which is lighted and seats 500 ... The remainder of the athletic facilities includes a lighted softball field, which seats 250 a practice football field, a practice soccer field, a lighted ROTC practice area (turned into parking ...
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Famous quotes containing the word lighted:
“Perhaps being old is having lighted rooms
Inside your head, and people in them, acting.
People you know, yet cant quite name.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“Erasmus was the light of his century; others were its strength: he lighted the way; others knew how to walk on it while he himself remained in the shadow as the source of light always does. But he who points the way into a new era is no less worthy of veneration than he who is the first to enter it; those who work invisibly have also accomplished a feat.”
—Stefan Zweig (18811942)
“It was like passing a boundary to dive
Into the sun-filled water, brightly leafed
And limbed and lighted out from bank to bank.
Thats how the stars shine during the day.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)