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HAMLET

(ham'lit),
Acronym for human α-lactalbumin made lethal to tumor cells.
See also: lactalbumin.

HAMLET

Acronym for human alpha-lactalbumin made lethal to tumour cells. See ALPHA-LACTALBUMIN.
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Thus, in the way that one may compare the Hamlets of Kean, Olivier, and Branagh, one may compare the Hamlets of Schopenhauer, Hegel, and Russell.
These were my RSC Hamlets before Friday night and the men in whose footsteps Jonathan Slinger was obliged to tread.
In addition to emphasizing a multiplicity of sources for Arab Hamlets, especially French and Russian ones, Litvin argues that the standard postcolonial models of center/margin, Empire/colony, and domination/subversion do not fit the reported experiences and attitudes of most Arab appropriators.
Litvin's model of literary appropriation, or the "global kaleidoscope" as she calls it, allows a persistent circulation and construction of different Hamlets all the time, rather than reproducing the original.
He writes: "I've seen bolder Hamlets and more moving Hamlets, but few who kept me so riveted throughout .
It is an honest ghost," proclaims Wooster Group's Hamlet, Scott Shepherd, as Burton's grainy black and white visage fades in and out on the screen like the ghost of Hamlets past.
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And this brings us to the recent Hamlets I have seen in Kronborg, from both of which Fortinbras was missing.
Other local Hamlets include two in Hollywood, one in West Los Angeles and one in Brentwood.
19 Hamburger Hamlets in the Los Angeles area were partially or
John Gielgud played Hamlet over 16 years, from April 1930 to February 1946, a life-effort generally taken to comprise four Hamlets.
Looking back on his past Hamlets, he says, ``as far as I can judge them, they definitely were deficient in some way.