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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Tenders are invited for Head Light Lampas To Clw Specn.
bantovaf 'to hurt somebody', oldomas 'toast (drink)', sersam 'tool', reselou 'rasper', telcir 'funnel'; lampas 'lantern', vilan 'electricity'; kalap 'hat' cizma 'boots'.
An extremely rare pair of silk lampas trousers, Sogdiana, central Asia, bear eloquent witness to the quality and splendour of Sogdian silk cloth production of the 7th and 8th centuries.
The textile section of the auction has a rare pair of silk lampas trousers from the ancient Iranian civilisation called Sogdiana.
On touring the museum in two-and-a-half hours, visitors will find priceless exhibits such as the curtain for the door of the Holy Kaaba in Makkah Al Mukarramah, Saudi Arabia dated after 1985; lampas silk and gold tunic from Iran or Central Asia dated 13th-14the century AD; enameled jewellery from Jaipur in India, 18th-19th century; gilt copper candlestick, from Ottoman Turkey, 15th-16th century; and lustre plate with leaping quadruped, from either Iraq or possibly Egypt, 9th-10the century.
Cotton and linen prints, silk damasks, lampas, small scale jacquards and outdoor fabrics are all available at Scalamandre's online outlet store.
Tacitus en de Christenvervolgung van het jaar 64,' Lampas 24, 375--399.
Twin antique French beds, each topped with a framed 18th-century aquatint, are dressed with silk lampas coverlets in pastel shades.
21) Lanoye dui sy bronne spesifiek aan (2001:125): 'n vertaling van Apollonios Rhodios se Argonautika, twee vertalings van die Medea van Euripides, Jean Anouilh se Medee (1961), Pier Paolo Pasolini se film Medea en 'n uitgawe van die Nederlandse klassieke tydskrif Lampas gewy aan Euripides se Medea.
What is truly unique in a work such as Bruno's Lampas triginta statuarum is that it brings the hermetic tradition to its furthest extreme, the one that borders with modern science.