I dimly recalled seeing Rod Dreher blog about this happening in malls near his home.
The setting was the Satyricon, a small, dimly lit nightclub in Portland, Oregon.
But its reputation has grown as it inspired a generation of journalists who only dimly remember the1988 election in real time.
Or better still, skip email altogether and stick with the dimly lit bars.
We sat in his dimly lit office—no bigger than a broom closet—where we commiserated over the current state of American medicine.
She gave him her hand, with a firm clasp, and dimly noted that his were as cold as ice.
But the thought which had dimly haunted him that day blossomed on this evening.
Through the windows of the car I could dimly see that an apparently endless mass of fir trees were rushing past on each side.
dimly as she passed below I could see how old she was, how worn and battered by the waves.
Lilly looked down a dimly lighted corridor, from which the cold air blew upon her.
Old English dimm "dark, gloomy, obscure," from Proto-Germanic *dimbaz (cf. Old Norse dimmr, Old Frisian dim, Old High German timber "dark, black, somber"). Not known outside Germanic. Slang sense of "stupid" is from 1892. Related: Dimly; dimness.
c.1200, perhaps in Old English, from dim (adj.). Related: Dimmed; dimming.
Stupid; uncomprehending: Anybody who pays to watch these teams has to be considered just a bit dim (1892+)