To put that into perspective, indoor lighting is about 100 lux, while a bright, sunny day can hit 50,000 lux or more.
lux entered the stage dressed head to toe in white, accompanied by an entourage.
The “gold standard” dose is 30 minutes of 10,000 lux light, one hour of 5,000 lux light or two hours of 2,500 lux light.
Even Loaded lux could not keep a straight face, smiling as his competitor established a clear, early lead and never let up.
The attorney pulled out the naked-woman flyer from lux Lounge.
In the beginning the creative word was Fiat lux—let there be light.
lux Mundi—what a curious device to connect with such a subject!
The ray simply attracted everything in its path that was magnetic, which included our lux metal hull.
If I say it myself, our carriages are comfortable—that's one thing about a lux funeral.
The job was absolutely perfect, save that now, where there had been lux, there was an outer wall of relux.
n. pl. lux·es or lu·ces (lōō'sēz)
The International System unit of illumination, equal to one lumen per square meter. Also called candle-meter, meter-candle.