In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1halógeno masculino(lamp/headlight) (before noun) halógeno
- Both Ceuta and Melilla are now surrounded by 10-foot fences studded with guard towers and movement sensors, topped with barbed wire and halogen searchlights.
- Since most grooming occurs at night, high power halogen lights provide ample vision both front and rear while heated outside rear view mirrors allow for constant visibility.
- The light source was a halogen lamp and light intensity was varied with neutral density filters.
- In this treatment, the patient is secured to a dentist chair with leather straps and an extremely hot halogen lamp is left inches from their face for hours at a time.
- The light source was a microscope halogen lamp, which unilaterally illuminated the protruding stump, via a light guide at a site 2-4 cm from the lower cut end.
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