LAMB

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LAMB

Acronym for lentigines, atrial myxoma, mucocutaneous myxomas, and blue nevi. See: LAMB syndrome.
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Meanwhile the heralds were bringing the holy oath-offerings through the city--two lambs and a goatskin of wine, the gift of earth; and Idaeus brought the mixing bowl and the cups of gold.
The attendants brought on the oath-offerings and mixed the wine in the mixing-bowls; they poured water over the hands of the chieftains, and the son of Atreus drew the dagger that hung by his sword, and cut wool from the lambs' heads; this the men-servants gave about among the Trojan and Achaean princes, and the son of Atreus lifted up his hands in prayer.
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?'
Lamb turned an approving glance upon Amy, wondering what his mother could be saying to make the girl look so red and uncomfortable.
"Isn't that an original idea?" cried Miss Lamb, who found Jo great fun.
"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."
Nothing will happen," he told himself as he went along with the lamb in his arms.
"A boy, and a fox, and a crow, and two squirrels, and a new-born lamb, are coming to see me this morning.
"Poor, poor lamb! Her heart is broken," said Susan.
Rose-red screamed and sprang back, the lamb bleated, the dove fluttered, and Snow-white hid herself behind her mother's bed.
"Bread and milk, indeed!--and when the poor lamb hain't only just cried herself to sleep," she was muttering fiercely, as she softly pushed open the door.