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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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In summation, the entire catalogue of cumulative incoherence emanating from the presiding judge of Canada's highest tribunal does more than voice a lament for Lamer.
His brand is growing, and Lamer notes, "Having a company like Prime Tap to get you started allows you to tinker with new packaging formats.
The important point is that, in Lamer J's view, the constitutional limitations on the adjudicator were determined by the Court's independent assessment about what was demonstrably justifiable under s 1 of the Charter.
Granted, a bare majority of the Court disagreed with Lamer in Rodriguez.
Lamer created two versions of the piece titled X for the Nasher XChange: a wood version of the work is located inside the O'Donnell Building and a mirrored, stainless steel version is located in the building's courtyard.
Justice Lamer stated that, "It is essential to the morale of CF members that their grievances be addressed in a fair, transparent, and prompt manner.
The more you try to look sexy, the lamer it is, so you just have to commit to the comedy.
Finally, something decent coming out of a stupid trend and an even lamer song," wrote imgur user JohnnyFrost.
This article discusses the reasons for judgment of Justice Antonio Lamer (as he then was) in Re BC Motor Vehicle Act, [1985] 2 SCR 486, which, to the surprise of many, mandated a substantive component--not just a procedural one--to the meaning of Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
46) Lamer saw how police used interrogation and other investigative techniques to conscript a criminally accused into assisting the Crown's case.
the Queen in the right of British Columbia and the Attorney General of Canada, there were directive statements made by the late Chief Justice Lamer and supported by the majority of Canada's highest court, which have become part of the law of Canada concerning Aboriginal peoples.