LAMB


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LAMB

Acronym for lentigines, atrial myxoma, mucocutaneous myxomas, and blue nevi. See: LAMB syndrome.
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His face became as white as the fleece of the lamb that, now finding itself suddenly released, ran down the hill.
The truth was that in spite of all he had heard he had not in the least understood what this boy would be like and that his fox and his crow and his squirrels and his lamb were so near to him and his friendliness that they seemed almost to be part of himself.
He walked over to Colin's sofa and put the new-born lamb quietly on his lap, and immediately the little creature turned to the warm velvet dressing-gown and began to nuzzle and nuzzle into its folds and butt its tight-curled head with soft impatience against his side.
There now," and he pushed the rubber tip of the bottle into the nuzzling mouth and the lamb began to suck it with ravenous ecstasy.
On this he laid the two lambs on his chariot and took his seat.
As Miss Lamb had `enjoyed' the story, this speech was not exactly grateful or complimentary.
Lamb, but if you should come, I don't think I shall have the heart to send you away."
See if the Lambs don't say, `What a lively, nice creature that Jo March is!"
Wot's the diwisions of water, my lambs? Wot sorts of water is there on the land?'
Wot is it, lambs, as they ketches in seas, rivers, lakes, and ponds?'
'But wot else is it, my lambs, as they sometimes ketches in rivers?'
"Thou forgettest, however, Ben-Levi," replied Abel-Phittim, "that the Roman Pompey, who is now impiously besieging the city of the Most High, has no assurity that we apply not the lambs thus purchased for the altar, to the sustenance of the body, rather than of the spirit."