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lam·er

 (lā′mər)
n. Slang
A person regarded as inept or ineffectual.
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It was a very lame pretence on both sides; the lamer, because we both went into the coffee-room, where he had just finished his breakfast, and where I ordered mine.
Now get hence, or by the Sambhur that I killed (I eat no starved cattle), back thou goest to thy mother, burned beast of the jungle, lamer than ever thou camest into the world
3,000: Lamer has the top qualifying time in this event.
In this frame from the video, Walter Lamer Scott appears to be running away from City Patrolman Michael Thomas Slager
Both Dickson CJ, who wrote the majority opinion, and Lamer J agreed that the adjudicator's remedial discretion was bound by the Charter because any public official "exercising delegated powers does not have the power to make an order that would result in an infringement of the Charter" (20) But they disagreed about whether the adjudicator's decision was reasonable or, alternatively, justifiable under s 1 of the Charter.
The notion that Canadian society has become essentially secular in nature for the purposes of the law is entirely a fabrication of intellectuals and judges like Lamer.
Lamer created two versions of the piece titled X for the Nasher XChange: a wood version of the work is located inside the O'Donnell Building and a mirrored, stainless steel version is located in the building's courtyard.
Lamer wrote the following in support of a system of military tribunals:
Media Contact: Sharon Lamer, Xulon Press, 866-381-2665, sharonlamer@yahoo.
The more you try to look sexy, the lamer it is, so you just have to commit to the comedy.
Finally, something decent coming out of a stupid trend and an even lamer song," wrote imgur user JohnnyFrost.
This article discusses the reasons for judgment of Justice Antonio Lamer (as he then was) in Re BC Motor Vehicle Act, [1985] 2 SCR 486, which, to the surprise of many, mandated a substantive component--not just a procedural one--to the meaning of Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.