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LAMB

Acronym for lentigines, atrial myxoma, mucocutaneous myxomas, and blue nevi. See: LAMB syndrome.
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Bartlett and Welford, we have been sitting down to-day in company with 'huge armfuls' of books that once were in Charles Lamb's embrace; his 'midnight darlings,' his ragged folios, full of original side-notes in his own 'clerkly hand' and the more careless chirography of Coleridge," wrote Lewis Gaylord Clarke in The Knickerbocker; or New-York Monthly Magazine; "How little did Elia anticipate such a destiny for his beloved books, which are here in precisely the state in which he possessed and left them!" (34) The "huge armfuls" and "midnight darlings" quoted here are from Lamb's essay, "New Year's Eve" and refer to his books.
IT is PRECISELY this lived-in dimension that is made obsolete by "electronic text," of course, and we can only speculate that Charles Lamb would not approve in the slightest.
For this purpose he adds the criminal dimension to his story: Charles Lamb gets robbed on his way home from a pub, two respectable clerics sexually abuse a Negro crossing-sweeper boy, and, most importantly, William Ireland forges Shakespeare's works.
However, while Watson investigates how marginalia reflect or reject contemporary thinking about the margins of the British Empire, Hull looks at its very centre, albeit from the perspective of a self-consciously marginal figure, Charles Lamb's Elia.
Drawing on their correspondence, this work chronicles the friendship between two great authors of the Romantic era: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, one of England's greatest poets, and Charles Lamb, one of the greatest essayists, although he is not widely read now.
As we turn now to a fuller examination of the novel, we need to consider the relationship of its narratives of isolation to the rhetoric of experiential uniqueness in addiction, which I will argue was made particularly available to Mary Shelley through her association with family friends such as Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Charles Lamb, both addicts, and which found its defining expression some three years after the 1818 publication of Frankenstein, in the confession of Romanticism's most famous addict, Thomas De Quincey.
Having a party: From 52 Infantry Brigade, back row (L-R), LCpl Steve Billings, Sgt Emma Walsh, Cpl Charles Lamb, Capt Lenny Gill, Maj John Cook, Capt Jim Reid, WO1 Mick Patterson, LCpl Sean Woodman.
Tambien es un gran conocedor de las obras de Andrew Marvell y del singular Charles Lamb.
In Housing Segregation in Suburban America Since 1960, Charles Lamb opens a window into the early struggle for enforcement and interpretation of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 to explain two key outcomes.
El londinense Charles Lamb (1775-1834) contribuyo a situar al ensayo entre los grandes generos literarios.
The contest winners to date are: Nik Clayton with CRF Consulting LTD, Mitch Theys and the University of Illinois at Chicago, Charles Lamb from Sleepycat Software, Jon Emmons with Plymouth State University, Thomas Rampelberg of DigiTar, John Poole from GeekPatrol, Dirk Wetter of Dr.