Due to its uniform, small light-emitting surface (LES) and world-class efficiency, designers can reduce optical solutions expenses and still achieve higher center-beam candle power (CBCP).
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Candle Power
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We have 227 other meanings of CP in our Acronym Attic
- Callpilot (Nortel)
- Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses (Portuguese Railways)
- Camp Pendleton (US Marine Corps base; California)
- Campbell Paterson Catalog (philatelic catalog)
- Canada Post (Canadian Postal Service)
- Canadian Airlines (airline code)
- Canadian Pacific (railroad)
- Canadian Press
- Cancer Prevention (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
org CANDLE POWER THERE will be a candlelit carol service at St Mary's Church, Warwick Road, Acocks Green from 6.
The product was launched at inter airport Europe 2011 and is available in red as siderow, or white as approach with more than 20,000 candle power (cd).
So, maybe, instead of heading to my favourite local tonight, which intends to run itself on candle power and serve green 'eco-cocktails', I should actually get off my arse and do something, but bet I don'tC* Copyright Cyprus Mail 2009 Provided by Syndigate.
There were hundreds of deaths in the deep darkness of the 9ft seams lit by faint candle power as tubs filled with rock and gunpowder explosions killed and maimed the miners.
But Voice, who said he shone the five million candle power lamp from a window of his flat to disperse anti-social youths from his estate, successfully appealed against the jail sentence yesterday, resulting in his release after serving 18 days behind bars.
A family of four will learn how to live on a cabbage a week, television sets will run on candle power and children at school will eat whale meat and blubber (and yes, here it comes: you'd blubber if you had to eat whale meat).
Maureen Dillon, in her exploration of the social history of domestic lighting, explains how in the days of candle power an abundance of light was an expression of wealth - you had money to burn.