New words – 7 April 2014April 7, 2014
unplugged wedding noun a wedding at which no one is allowed to bring phones so that there will be no photos posted to facebook or instagramming
Unplugged weddings are becoming very popular here in the UK and have great advantages for all involved in the wedding. An unplugged wedding simply means that you’ve politely asked your guests not to use phones, cameras or other devices during your wedding or at least during the wedding service or ceremony.
[www.blog.kathrynandrewsphotography.com 03 October 2013]
dark sky park noun a nature reserve that is protected from light pollution by night
International dark sky parks are areas where the night sky is protected and lighting controls are in place to prevent light pollution.
[www.bbc.co.uk 06 December 2013]
quietway noun a backstreet, cycle-dedicated road which cars are not allowed on
Mayor Boris Johnson’s Vision for Cycling document also proposes the introduction of so-called Quietways on ‘low-traffic back streets’ for cyclists to use
[www.bbc.co.uk 14 November 2013]