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lambkin

(ˈlæmkɪn) or

lambie

n
1. (Animals) a small or young lamb
2. a term of affection for a small endearing child
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Noun1.lambkin - a very young lamb
lamb - young sheep
References in classic literature ?
With aim aright, With quivering flight, On LAMBKINS pouncing, Headlong down, sore-hungry, For lambkins longing, Fierce 'gainst all lamb-spirits, Furious-fierce all that look Sheeplike, or lambeyed, or crisp-woolly, --Grey, with lambsheep kindliness!
I tell you, my lambkins, you shall not much longer have the felicity of conspiring together.
I could not avoid thinking that I had fallen in with a greatly traduced people, and I moralized not a little upon the disadvantage of having a bad name, which in this instance had given a tribe of savages, who were as pacific as so many lambkins, the reputation of a confederacy of giant-killers.
UCD professor of marketing Mary Lambkin said: "Signs are positive for continued growth.
Imelda Lambkin, National Director for Horizon 2020 added, The launch of the final work programme also provides the opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Irelands researchers and companies.
Assim, as F&A sao alvo de estudos que buscam verificar a criacao de sinergias operacionais e financeiras e seus impactos na rentabilidade das empresas (Matias & Pasin, 2001; Camargos & Barbosa, 2010; Rahman & Lambkin, 2015), as mudancas da estrutura de capital das adquirentes e das empresas resultantes do processo (Agyei-Boapeah, 2013; Khoo, Durand & Rath, 2015), as melhorias no desempenho operacional (Healy, Palepu & Ruback, 1992; Ghosh, 2001) e as principais causas dos problemas de integracao entre as empresas envolvidas em F&A (Freire, Nakayama, Spanhol, Soares & Pacheco, 2010).
14 Faolain EO, Hunter MB, Byrne JM, Kelehan P, Lambkin HA, Byrne HJ, et al.
Migration was seen by many as a solution to escape the poverty of north-west Ireland, and this theme is explored in essays by Jim MacLaughlin, Patrick Fitzgerald and Brian Lambkin.
The authors would also like to thank Luis Araujo, Bruce Martin, Pat Gibbons, Tony Meenaghan, Andrea Prothero, and Mary Lambkin for their advice and support.
Charlotte Lambkin (London, United Kingdom) is the new corporate relations director of Diageo.
1995; Lambkin 1988; Mascarenhas 1992), the relationship between timing of entry and its subsequent effect on foreign market performance is not yet well-researched (Tsou et al.