lampas


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lampas

(ˈlæmpəs) or

lampers

n
(Veterinary Science) a swelling of the mucous membrane of the hard palate of horses
[C16: from Old French; origin obscure]

lampas

(ˈlæmpəs)
n
(Textiles) an ornate damask-like cloth of cotton or silk and cotton, used in upholstery
[C14 (a kind of crepe): probably from Middle Dutch lampers]
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For the first time, a pop-up art show by Dubai's Opera Gallery will showcase 10 signature works of two artists Pokras Lampas and Richie Mirando.
The Drawing Room at Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd showing the oak chairs and sofa designed by Thomas Hopper and the dazzling silk lampas (brocade) and curtains
Bolognesi, Chiquian, Pampa de Lampas, 4-V-1952 (fr), Cerrate 1526 (UC).
He runs a workshop of traditional Indian drawlooms in Varanasi, which weave samite, lampas and velvet textiles modelled on historical Indian, Iranian and Ottoman silks.
5 million na Pilipino ang naiangat na lampas sa tinatawag na poverty line dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya (Accoarding to the report of the DSWD, 1.
Ricas de simbolos graficos son las obras brunianas dedicadas a las matematicas, como: De lampade combinatoria lulliana, Lampas trigintastatuarum y el escrito dedicado a Rodolfo II de Habsburgo, Articuli adversus mathematicos.
Con todo, parece claro que la Edad Media fue un momento de innovacion y desarrollo en los tejidos en general, con la evolucion de los ligamentos desde tejidos simples (sarga, tafetan, tapiceria) a otros mas complejos (taquete, samito, lampas .
Lampas triginta statuarum (1591) y Medicina Lulliana (1589-1591) habian sido ya editadas con las obras mnemotecnicas y magicas, respectivamente.
Fursule investigation of in vitro anthelmintic activity of Thespesia lampas (Cav).
For blood in urine or kidney stones, juice obtained from macerated stems of Costus speciosus and roots of Thespesia lampas is mixed with makardhwaj (*) to prepare syrup.
bantovaf 'to hurt somebody', oldomas 'toast (drink)', sersam 'tool', reselou 'rasper', telcir 'funnel'; lampas 'lantern', vilan 'electricity'; kalap 'hat' cizma 'boots'.