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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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We expect that our customers will select a motor carrier that they can easily determine to be safer by having been TSX Approved," says Lamers.
Jos Lamers, chief executive officer of Nucletron, comments: "Over the first six months of 2009, we have seen the results of our improved focus on innovation and our increased marketing efforts.
Jos Lamers is 48 years old and has a Masters degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Wageningen, the Netherlands.
TUNIS (TAP) - Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Khemaies Jehenaoui and Chairman of the Parliamentary Assembly of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Karl Lamers reviewed, on Monday, bilateral co-operation and ways to strengthen it, in light of the democratic transition process Tunisia is living through.
Lamers, the Head of the Bulgarian Delegation to the NATO PA, Dobroslav Dimitrov, and the NATO PA Secretary General, David Hobbs, will welcome media representatives and answer questions during a press briefing on Friday 27 May at 12:15.
The people we are trying hardest to serve are not personally motivated to get services and aren't linked up with other agencies," said Mark Lamers, clinical psychologist and the program's coordinator.
William Lamers had moments of patient interaction that he had never expected--such as the time an 84-year-old patient looked up at him from a bed in her own home and, taking her final breath said, "Dying, you know, is the experience of a lifetime.
Lamers, who is a retired psychiatrist who is now a medical consultant for the Hospice Foundation of America (www.
But the real maimers and lamers of wildlife are speeding cars, either accidentally or deliberately.
Leida Lamers has contributed an excellent, well-written, understandable article that adds significantly to our understanding of risk adjustment in capitation payment systems (in this case the Netherlands sickness fund system) (Lamers 1998).
The computerized reporting system allows Lamers to report the quantity and weight with a single price.
Lamers of the Astronomical Institute of the State University of Utrecht in the Netherlands recently compared modern measurements of P Cygni's brightness in visible light with 30 archival measurements made between 1700 and 1917.