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lampman

[′lamp·mən]
(mining engineering)
A person responsible for maintaining and servicing miners' lamps.
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Wayne, Indiana; Larry Henry, Sylva, North Carolina; Dave Hepp, Spring Hill, Tennessee; Gary Higgins, Savannah, Georgia; Walt Hiler, Jeffersonville, Kentucky; Tommie Hill, Memphis, Tennessee; Heinz Hummel, Clarksville, Tennessee; John Hurd, Clever, Missouri; Timothy Kauffman, Mapleton Depot, Pennsylvania; Brad Keith, Laurel, Mississippi; Steve Kessler, Bonne Terre, Missouri; Walt King, West Farmington, Ohio; Lloyd Lampman, Portage Wisconsin; Pedro Lara, Jr.
They are to be commended for their efforts to provide a sanctuary for wildlife on the golf course property," said Joellen Lampman, Associate Director of Environmental Programs.
The 64-hectare lease parcel north of Lampman, which also had the highest price on a per-hectare basis at $23,576, was acquired by Badger Pass Minerals Inc.
The whole idea was to create an icon that reflected the area's history," VTLM's Ralph Lampman told the Express-News.
Mr AG Jones (foreman lampman at the pit) told a South Wales Echo reporter that very soon after the arrival of the Poles they discovered from their instructor that they are interested in soccer and they were enthusiastic about the idea that a match should be arranged.
And he reintroduces readers to other interwar intellectuals--Stephen Leacock, Archibald Lampman, George Sidney Brett, and Frederick Philip Grove--who also wrestled with the technological imperative in this in-between era, when it was not at all clear whether to celebrate or lament the advances of industry and mechanization.
Winner of three Archibald Lampman Awards, an Ottawa Book Award, a
Lent mines and examines contrast and gradations, but also the co-existence of light and dark in our lives repeated as foregrounds, backgrounds, metaphors and the very canvas of these poems: "a deluge of perfectly thick /white"; "a monstrance/waiting for the sun to bleach into a safe invisibility"; "a Byzantium/of white to what lies beneath it,/what is always waiting/at the end of seeing"; "all this under the black rim/of my Archibald Lampman hat/in the noonday heat.
Colorado is absolutely" at the forefront of the movement, said Joellen Lampman, program manager of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program.
Bridges, 2003; Gardner, 2001; Genung, 2005; Groves, 2007; Lampman, 2005; Pierson, 2001).
4-Methoxycinnamaldehyde is one of its active constituents (Metcalf and Lampman 1991).
Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1270 Lampman Crescent, Ottawa R2C 1P8, Canada.