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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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Mothers and pups also use sight and smell to help identify each other, but each animal has a distinctive call (for pups, a lamblike bleat) that sets it apart from its cohorts.
However, while I have had no difficulty in deciding not to fake my reactions, and dress up my mutton thoughts as lamblike perceptions, it is fair to note that the older we get--or, let's be gentle about it, let's say the more experienced we get--to some extent, the extent of which we ourselves may be unconscious, our ideas and opinions probably get more rigid.
Everything appears according to the fact that he is a Lamb who endures, who is so patient, lamblike, open, contented, self-composed, gentle if it does not go his way...
(He once tried out his deadly experiment on his "lamblike" young daughter.) His "rival," "Harelip," is another lone wolf who murders in cold blood.