an earlier kind of phase light which lime ended up being heated to incandescence producing brilliant illumination.
The brilliant white light so produced. Also known as calcium light.
a kind of phase lighting effects once utilized in theatres and music halls, making a bright light by way of incandescent quicklime.
interest, notice, a starring or central part, present fame.
That part of the stage where the limelight is cast, often where in fact the most crucial action is progressing or where the foremost player or players are placed and upon which the interest associated with the spectators is consequently focused.
identical to calcium light (which see, under calcium).
a lamp comprising a flame fond of a cylinder of lime with a lens to concentrate the light; previously utilized for phase lighting