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lamer

(jargon)
A hopelessly clueless luser.

lamer

A technophobic person or neophyte to computers and technology, as viewed by the technically competent who have little empathy for the novice. See technophobe.
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Lamer CJ, who wrote a concurring opinion, opposed the idea that administrative officials could consider the constitutionality of their own enabling legislation.
As we consider the reasoning of Justice Lamer in BC Motor Vehicle, and the body of case law that continues to develop in its wake, we note that the Court has tried, and is still trying, to mediate between principles of fundamental justice promulgated by the courts, and those asserted by the Canadian public, legislatures and government.
Justice Lamer saw no basis to the idea that this remedy was created to punish the conduct of police officers or to grant a specific remedy to a particular accused.
Without this force, Lamer says, nearby clusters should be much more massive than those that are billions of light-years away.
All of this work established, as Lamer shrewdly calls it, the Michael Moore brand--satirical humor grounded not so much in wisecracks or jokes but in the juxtaposition of real words and images that expose falsity and hypocrisy.
Cette peur de lamer a inspire bien des recits dont l'intention, plus ou moins consciente, semble avoir ete de 'rationaliser' l'inconnu et de le rendre moins 'hostile'.
In his examination of the frequency and character of separate opinions on the Lamer Court, the author defines the parameters that represent high and low levels of disagreement.
The trainer said: 'Legal Right is OK today, there is nothing wrong with him and he is no lamer than he normally is.
Since 1995, Vicedo and Lamer have replaced Bird and McMullen, and the original 36 students have moved on to allow a new group of students to continue the legacy.
Lamer takes these views to task by describing the world that produced and formed Marco Polo, the trips he took and the views he espoused.
Chief Justice Antonio Lamer, in an emotional announcement, said he's lost that fire in his belly, that being the senior (and the most respected) jurist in the land was becoming a job.
Moreover, Chief Justice Lamer said that, if this change did not occur, `the oral histories of aboriginal people would be consistently and systematically undervalued'.