HAMLET

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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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The most ambiguous phase of the development of Hamlet's conceptualization of time concerns the period between the arrival of the players or "tragedians" and the performance of The Murder of Gonzago (2.
The focus of chapter 3, on Hamlet, is The Murder of Gonzago, an incomplete and thus problematized imitation of the dumb show introducing it, which is itself an imitation of an old play in the actors' repertory as well as of recent events at Elsinore.
He specifically identifies the murderer in The Murder of Gonzago as "one Lucianus, nephew to the King" (3.