Definition of Shadow show
1. Noun. A drama executed by throwing shadows on a wall.
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Literary usage of Shadow show
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Treatise on Trigonometry by William Ernest Johnson (1889)
"If the stick subtends equal angles at the two ends of its shadow, show that the height of the lamp is abc 16. An object is observed at three points A, B, ..."
2. Electromagnetic Theory of Light by Charles Emerson Curry (1905)
"... a» we recede from the boundary of the shadow. Show, on accepting the formulae established in the preceding example, that the breadths of the following ..."
3. Brinkley's Astronomy by John Brinkley, John William Stubbs, Franz Brünnow (1871)
"... falls on that line: at this time another plumb line, suspended at the place where the meridian line is required, will, by its shadow, show the meridian. ..."