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EMISSION, med. jur. The act by which any matter whatever is thrown from the body; thus it is usual to say, emission of urine, emission of semen, &c.
     2. In cases of rape, when the fact of penetration is proved, it may be left to the jury whether emission did or did not take place. Proof of emission would perhaps be held to be evidence of penetration. Addis. R. 143; 2 So. Car. Const. R. 351; 2 Chitty, Crim. Law, 810; 1 Beck's Med. Jur. 140 1 Russ. C. & M. 560; 1 East, P. C. 437.

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Governments around the world have passed measures to phase out incandescent light bulbs in favour or more energy-efficient alternatives in recent years.
The color shifts to "warm" (orange) as they are dimmed--a nuance that is universal with incandescent and halogen bulbs, but not typical of compact fluorescent or LED bulbs that do not experience color shift.
and more than 3 billion of them still use the standard incandescent technology that hasn't changed much in 125 years.
Pogue says LED bulbs last 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs and three times longer than CFLs.
Commission officials say phasing out incandescent bulbs will help accelerate improvement of China's lighting technology and structural upgrade of China's lighting industry, as well as achieve reducing CO2 emission and energy consumption as set in the 12th Five Year Plan.
Scientists from Dresden University of Technology in Germany have set out to build energy efficient organic LED (OLED) lights that could rival incandescent bulbs in white-light colour quality.
Homes are currently dominated by incandescent bulbs, and approximately two third of the world's lighting solutions in use are based on old, less energy efficient technologies", says Paolo Cervini - General Manager of Philips Lighting Middle East & Turkey.
All this stuff is going into landfills, so you've got over a billion incandescent light-bulbs out there and you're replacing them with time-bombs.
In the commercial real estate sector, fluorescent and metal halide technology is far more prevalent than incandescent.
That's why the inefficient incandescent light bulb is under attack.
Under the program, which commenced in 2006, the government is replacing high energy-use incandescent bulbs in homes and offices with energy-saving compact fluorescent bulbs donated by the Cuban government.