lampstand


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lampstand

(ˈlæmpˌstænd)
n
a support for a light bulb
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lampstand

[ˈlæmpˌstænd] nbase f (di lampada)
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Lampstand Content Creation primarily focuses on the writing aspect of business content.
Fine in his conclusion confesses, "This has been a personal history--the history of my own search to understand the menorah, and my attempt at using the tools of my discipline to make sense of my beloved lampstand for our own complicated times.
The elevator doors opened to the fifth floor lobby with a pool table and more Starck elements; an arm chair and three different footstools with a lampstand in the shape of a rifle.
The so-called "coalition of Temple organizations" requested Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to light the " Temple Lampstand " inside the Mosque, claiming the Al Aqsa was constructed over the "ruins of the Temple".
15Nor do they light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lampstand, where it gives light to all in the house.
33) An example of a clear spiritual type never made explicit in the Bible is that the lampstand in the Tabernacle represents the Holy Spirit.
He emphasized: "It is the time of Sanctity that attracts, of visible Sanctity, of the light placed on the lampstand.
No one after lighting a lamp puts it under the bushel basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all in the house.
It is "to be the city on the hill, the light on the lampstand, and the salt of the earth" (2:10).
His famous works include the concrete sculpture of Santhal Family (1938) cast sculpture Head of a Woman (1939) freestanding sculpture Lampstand (1940) statues of Rabindranath Tagore (1961) and Mahatma Gandhi (1968) in direct concrete.
The Menorah, the Temple's lampstand, is described as having seven branches and it is adorned with petals, almond blossoms and other botanical elements (Ex.