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Lamus

An obsolete genus of reduviid bugs reclassified as Panstrogylus spp and Triatoma spp.
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Drummer Steve Lamos answered a few of our questions.
Saints fought their way back into the match with more scoring from Mitchell and Aiden Lamos, while a superb full court run by Stevenson finally saw St Mirren gain a 26-25 advantage, which they hadn't had since early in the first quarter.
Mark Lamos is artistic director of Westport Country Playhouse.
Mallory's stepson Adrian Lamos and a couple of his friends emerged from another trailer and surrendered--as did a handyman tinkering with a car on the property.
(3) Colleen Lamos, Deviant Modernism: Sexual and Textual Errancy in T.S.
According to the artist, Batik can be used in different ways in interior design such as Lamos, Doors, Screens, etc.
Directed by Mark Lamos. Set, Andrew Jackness; costumes, Candice Donnelly; lighting, Mary Louise Geiger; original music and sound, John Gromada; production stage manager, Matthew Melehiorre.
The "shabby little shocker" that so famously exercised Joseph Kerman was little in evidence in this revival of Mark Lamos's 1998 production, which bumps the action ahead a century and a quarter into a site-very-unspecific Rome under the apparent clench of II Duce.
Colleen Lamos traces Woolf's lifelong interest in the Greek language as a marker of both "masculine scholarly authority and homoerotic passion, male and female, as well as other forms of nonheterosexual affection" (150).
The first section, "Homoeroticisms," despite its title, does not deal centrally with homoerotic elements in Eliot's work, except in Colleen Lamos's contribution.