Definition of Lamp house
1. Noun. Housing that holds a lamp (as in a movie projector).
Generic synonyms: Housing
Group relationships: Cine Projector, Film Projector, Movie Projector
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamp House
Literary usage of Lamp house
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Optic Projection, Principles, Installation, and Use of the Magic Lantern by Simon Henry Gage, Henry Phelps Gage (1914)
"A sharper image of the arc can be formed by using a long focus lens over an opening in the wall of the lamp-house to focus an image of the arc upon the wall ..."
2. The Microscope: An Introduction to Microscopic Methods and to Histology by Simon Henry Gage (1920)
"Finally if one has a Chalet or other lamp-house in which the ordinary, long-necked C-Mazda lamp is used (fig. 37) one can get fairly satisfactory results; ..."
3. Mine Gases and Explosions: Text-book for Schools and Colleges and for by James Thom Beard (1908)
"Each lamp should bear a number corresponding to the check number of the man who uses it, and when returned to the lamp house a check bearing the same number ..."
4. Reports of the Department of Commerce and Labor 1904-1912: Report of the by Dept. of Commerce and Labor, United States (1905)
"The entire structure, including the lamp house at the base, was painted red. It is connected with the river by a plank walk. ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1918)
"For one, the lamp-house attendant is responsible; for the other, the miners are to blame. Care in manufacture may be speedily offset by lack of attention or ..."
6. Instruction of Disabled Men in Motion Picture Projection: An Elementary Text by James Ross Cameron (1918)
"To test for a ground in the lamp house, first disconnect the ground wire and connect the terminals of test lamp between the upper and lower carbons. ..."
7. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1916)
"The lamp-house С rests on a folding shelf D in the passage, ... The lamp-house С being outside the dark-room it was not essential to have it light tight, ..."
8. Motion Picture Making and Exhibiting: A Comprehensive Volume Treating the by John B. Rathbun (1914)
"In several cases the loss of condenser glasses was reduced by covering the lamp house after the show, which had a tendency to relieve the internal strains ..."