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1by candlelight — a la luz de una vela/de las velas
- The atmosphere is bound to get you into the Christmas mood as the venue will be lit by candlelight for the concert.
- There was no sound of movement in the house as he climbed slowly down two flights of stairs, also lit by candlelight, to the ground floor.
- There was no glass in the windows, no electricity or candlelight, nothing but the brilliant stars.
- My most memorable time by far was performing in concert by candlelight in the gallery when the lights went out.
- But much of the time there is no electricity, and at night we sit by candlelight.
- The candlelight was the only thing lighting the place, so it was pretty romantic.
- It would obviously be impossible to view the exhibits in the penumbral candlelight by which they would originally have been seen.
- The stone stairways and halls of this wonderfully atmospheric venue will be aglow with candlelight.
- You'll find that many restaurants will go out of their way to capture the mood of the evening with candlelight and even a special menu.
- Two paintings and a bizarre set of events bring these five very different and lonely people together to dine by candlelight.
- Power shortages are nothing new to the Lebanese who survived on candlelight during 17 years of civil war.
- The prompters had to have good eyesight as they generally had to depend on candlelight to read the script.
- To create a romantic ambience, nothing beats candlelight and the right sort of food served in the right way, he says.
- Some have textured tops and the dimpled surface is thin enough to allow candlelight to shine through the porcelain.
- At home, still with no power, we played board games and Mammy read us stories by candlelight.
- She loves soft music, candlelight, and long walks on the beach at sunset.
- The audience will be treated to a mince pie and carols by candlelight.
- The performances will be by candlelight lending a relaxed ambience to the evening.
- The wooden interior of the chalet glows invitingly in the soft candlelight.
- The narrow mine shafts meant miners often had to work on their sides by candlelight.