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lute

 [lo̳t]
1. a substance such as cement, wax, or clay that coats a joint area to make a tight seal; called also luting agent.
2. to coat with such a substance.

lute

(lūt),
To seal or fasten with wax or cement.
[L. lutum, mud]

lute

(lldbomact)
1. a substance such as cement, wax, or clay that coats a surface or joint area to make a tight seal.
2. to coat or seal with such a substance.

lute

[lo̅o̅t]
Etymology: L, lutum, mud
1 n, a substance such as cement, wax, or clay that coats a surface or joint area to make a tight seal. Also called luting agent.
2 v, to coat or seal with such a substance.

lute

(lūt)
To seal or fasten with wax or cement.
[L. lutum, mud]
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107-113) used as the second epigraph to this essay express troubled pleasure in the communion and mystery marking the relationship between the artist and his medium, his lute.
Lutes was a member of the Eight Point Sportsman's Club and took pleasure in both camping and ice fishing.
According to the company, Lutes, in his newly acquired positions, will expand its existing presence in China and further strengthen important relationships with customers in the public and private sectors.
Schlegel's assertion on page 76 that for at least 150 years "the lute had the same significance as the piano in the 19th century" is no understatement if the number of extant lute prints and manuscripts as well as the vast number of lutes in various stages of construction listed in luthiers' estate inventories are any indication.
Over the scene, Lutes has spread a thin abstract layer of primarily pale rivulets that seem like ghostly emanations hovering over the Dutch cityscape.
In the third chapter, "The Original Sob Sisters: Writers on Trial, " Lutes uses the highly sensational 1907 murder trial of Harry Kendall Thaw to show the striking contrasts between the portrayal of the "sob sisters," as the handful of women journalists covering the trial came to be known, and the much larger contingent of male reporters.
Lutes served in the Army in World War II in Japan and returned to service in the Korean War in 1952.
It's too bad that during the tight 75-minute presentation he didn't relate more about the lute, which seems a fascinatingly complicated instrument.
Lutes also echoes a theme commonly expressed by regulatory agencies.
Although Lutes is always improving systems, he says they've gelled to the point that the company is now in a growth phase.
The lawsuit didn't name the doctor or say what prompted Lutes to tell the woman in October that "if he had an 11-year-old daughter, he would not leave her alone with this physician," the lawsuit said.
Lutes was wanted for shooting dead five of his neighbours on Tuesday night.