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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Lamber Our inspire famous P38,39 "Both teams will be looking to win the game, both teams will be working hard to get the points.
Some 11million viewers saw the life-changing moment when Michael, Richard Hadfield, Jamie Lamber, Thomas Leak and Matthew Pagan sang their way to victory with Les Miserables song Stars.
Away at Peel Park: Roger Stopford 21 G Oliver 19, Peter Green 21 M Lamber 15, Mick McCluskey 17 D Relton 21, Donald Crowther 21 D Bottomley 10, Viv Smith 21 S Aldred 14, Ronnie Manning 14 B Baines 21, Frank Griffin 7 N Esposito 21, Dave Pollard 11 P Hillam 21.
Madeeha Lamber, briefed the Queen on the different projects they implement which include a tailor's shop, a productive kitchen, and other programs that support women, university students and poor families.
Imperial Tobacco - who make Lamber & Butler and Richmond cigarettes - are challenging the Scottish Government's bid to force shops to sell cigs from under the counter.
I READ with interest the letter from Pete Lamber (Chronicle June 8) relating to the BBC coverage of the river pageant and the Diamond jubilee concert and saying Cheryl Cole was a total and utter fraud, comparing her to Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones etc.
Its new secret base was let by property consultancy Lamber Smith Hampton.
Another close tussle saw John Sidwell (2x140) matched against Lamber Gill (Red Fort).
The debate, kick started in Darlington, by a group of 50 leading business people has now moved on line with a dedicated forum, which will host a live webchat with CBI national director Richard Lamber next Friday (June 18).
Excetuam-se as relacoes entre sobressaliencia acentuada e bruxismo, e da mesma com a succao de mamadeira, que, apesar de nao ter apresentado significancia estatistica (p> 0,05), demonstrou a prevalencia da sobressaliencia acentuada entre as criancas que nao praticavam os habitos, acontecendo o contrario, ainda que de forma discreta, entre as criancas que os apresentavam; e, tambem, a relacao entre o trespasse horizontal com o habito de lamber labios, que apresentou resultado estatisticamente significante (p< 0,05).
Dear Editor, Richard Lamber, director general of the CBI, is quoted as referring to the boycott of Peugeot cars by the trade unions as "stone-age economics" (Post July 19).