Lemman

Lem´man

    (lĕm´man)
n.1.A leman.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The authors would like to thank Coordenacao de Aperfeicoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior (CAPES), Fundacao de Amparo a Pesquisa de Minas Gerais (FAPEMIG) and Fundacao Lemman.
Some larvae pass through the liver and enter the lung (Lemman's filters) or can infest any other organ.
The critical material comprises an excellent introduction, footnotes to the text, and an annotated index of proper names and places, together with an appendix of Cheryl Lemman's findings on sources for the allegories.
This short poem has never been printed until now, and can be read in relation to a similar four-line female-voiced obscene erotic song of impotence and frustrated from the early thirteenth century, Ate ston-castinge my lemman I ches (DIMEV 728), in Theo Stemmler, "More English Texts from MS Cambridge University Library Ii.III.8," Anglia 93(1975): 1-16, at 9.
(30,31) Endoscopic activity grading schemes are also available: for example, Rutgeert score and Lemman score for CD and Mayo score and UC Endoscopic Index of Severity for UC.
Malyne even sees off Aleyn who is now regarded as "deere lemman" (I 4235) and tells him the place of the cake which is made with the flour that Symkyn steals:
The speaker is the one who gives us the idea of fulfillment in each object, the idea for each that we see first as an audience, the idea that "I xuld loue myn lemman without longing"--which can be construed somewhat differently in meaning from the poem's closing line and differently from her sister's probable intention--an idea derived from her sister's message, just as she initially shows us a cherry without a stone, a dove without bones, and a briar without a branch, all similarly derived.
The Legislature is likely to revisit the issue, said Phil Lemman, a spokesman for the Judicial Department.
As dovis eie hir loke is swete Rose on thorne to hir vn-mete By-twene hem feire accord is non Then by-twene her kynne & my lemman (MS Fairfax 14)
During this same exchange, Psyche reminds Orual that she cannot advise her about marriage because she remains a virgin, a rebuke obviously not to be found in Pearl (162); (15) in fact, even though the Pearl Maiden consistently speaks of Christ as her "lemman" or lover, the poet emphasizes that she stands as a Bride of Christ among the company of those "coronde clene in vergynte [crowned pure in virginity]" (767).
La justificacion del analisis estructural se apoya en autores como Scott, Tarski, Schroeder-Heister y Dosen, Kraus, Lemman y Magidor, Gabbay y van Benthem.
For Launfal, at any rate, the wording of Valentine's challenge begins the process of proving himself to be a knight all over again: sey hym, for loue of hys lemman (Yf sche be any gantyle woman, Courteys, fre other hender) That he come wyth me to juste, To kepe hys harneys from the ruste--And elles hys manhood schende.