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LAMB. A ram, sheep or ewe, under the age of one year. 4 Car. & P. 216; S. C. 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 351.

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After these frustrations, it's with some relief that we turn to the knowingly overt consumerism of Charles Lamb in her next chapter.
Apartment 2, in Wood Street, is available to rent immediately on an unfurnished basis for pounds 600pcm, through Charles Lamb.
William Hazlitt, as one of his earliest reviewers and best critics, Charles Lamb, recognizes, "is continually translating his thoughts out of their original metaphysical obscurity into the language of the senses and of common observation.
Retired bank manager Charles Lamb said: "It's amazing how pounds 50,000 a week suddenly gives you an IQ of 250.
He also knew Charles Lamb, Dorothy and William Wordsworth, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Shaver, |Wordsworth's Vaudracour and Wilkinson's Wanderer', RES, xii (1961), 55-7; and my article, |The Grande Chartreuse and the Development of Wordsworth's Recluse', Charles Lamb Bulletin, N.
8 Arnside Walk is available to rent on an unfurnished basis for pounds 700pcm, through Charles Lamb, tel: 0191 281 6200.
The early romantics' indebtedness to Burns is quite obvious, and many critics have investigated the relationship of Bums and his work to such writers as Charles Lamb and Samuel Taylor Coleridge who all but worshipped this carousing poet.
It features 300 years of Irish art and includes exhibits by Jack Butler Yeats, Basil Blackshaw and Charles Lamb.
William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Charles Lamb were lasting favorites, but his deepest admiration was for John Milton, whose role as apostle of freedom and goad to righteous living he sought to imitate.
Flat 5, in North Cottage, Adderstone Road, is available to rent for pounds 1,500pcm, through Charles Lamb, tel: 0191 281 6200.
62 Grosvenor Road, Jesmond, is available to rent for pounds 600pcm, through Charles Lamb, tel: 0191 281 6200.