Ours is a war-station, you know, and folk like to look at the inside, and the flash-lamp I invented.
In the light of a flash-lamp Lowell saw a letter and a roll of bills.
Now and then Miss Brock, with a flash-lamp, came out from the bungalow.
The night nurse moved about from bed to bed, with her flash-lamp.
Beyond the threshold he halted and pressed the button of his flash-lamp.
Using his flash-lamp he found his way to the ladder-shaft and descended.
"You seem to have made a ten-strike with Judge Warner," the ex-cow-puncher remarked, replacing the flash-lamp in its seat pocket.
"Gerout, Zeppelin," she observed as a flash-lamp was turned on her.
The flash-lamp in his hand flung its white brush of radiance along the wall.
On the stock, distinctly nicked into the hard rubber as Stern held the flash-lamp to it, were the unmistakable imprints of teeth.