Our first episode will really hang a lantern on everything being reset, and they just go right back to who they were.
We left the lantern at Tanugamanono, and then down in the starlight.
There, by the light of a lantern, he and Jud made Andrew as comfortable as possible.
Daniel had left the lantern burning at the front gate, and with it he lighted the doctor through the court and up the stairs.
He lighted the lantern, and Hal Dozier went down the steep steps, humming.
The man with the lantern looked quickly about and then moved swiftly into the mouth of the tunnel.
The telegram was found, and the captain read it, while Tim held the lantern.
"Now come, father," Doa Marianna said, as she seized a lantern and boldly entered the excavation.
The lantern, set on a tombstone beside them, blinked in a snowy gust.
Come, bring me the lantern here; let us look at a face which will be presumably pretty.
mid-13c., from Old French lanterne "lamp, lantern, light" (12c.), from Latin lanterna "lantern, lamp, torch," altered (by influence of Latin lucerna "lamp") from Greek lampter "torch," from lampein "to shine" (see lamp). Variant lanthorn (16c.-19c.) was folk etymology based on the common use of horn as a translucent cover. Lantern-jaws "hollow, long cheeks" is from a resemblance noted since at least mid-14c.