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lug

[ləg]
(design engineering)
A projection or head on a metal part to serve as a cap, handle, support, or fitting connection.

lug

lugs, 1
1. In electric wiring, a device for terminating a wire or cable; the lug is bolted to an electric terminal.
2. A small projection attached to any member or component for use in handling, assembling, or installing.

LUG

LUG

(1) (Linux Users Group) A formal or informal organization of Linux users who gather together virtually or in person to exchange information and resources. Some groups maintain mailing lists and send out newsletters for their members. For more information and a list of international user links, visit www.linux.org/groups.

(2) (Logic Users Group) A large and well established online community that maintains Web forums and resources for Apple's Logic Pro MIDI sequencer and other related audio hardware and software from Apple. For more information, visit www.logic-users.org and www.apple.com/logicpro.
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He is also know as and associated with: Lug (Continental), Llew, Lugos (Gallic), Lleu Llaw Gyffes (The Lion of the Sure/Long Hand in Welsh), Ildanach and Lugh Lamhfada (Lugh of the Long Arm/Hand).
Overlaying his new festival upon the feast of Lugh in the city of Lugh, Augustus allied himself with the most popular god of the Celts and made a Roman holiday out of summertime Lugh.
Siblings Lugh and Emmi are introduced early, and the growth in Saba and Emmi's relationship is as essential to the plot as the action is.
For instance, Lugh of the Long Hand was originally a sun-god figure whose magical sword was one of the Four Hallows of the Tuatha De Danaan.
J Murray, of Langley Park, released 15, while Stanley angler W Lugh returned eight, the best at 6lb 7oz.
This is traditionally a celebration of the harvest and the sun, named after the Celtic Sun God Lugh.
Since you first started getting cocky, claiming dominance over all my other projects, you've called me Baal, Jupiter, Zeus, Quetzalcoatl, Mithra, Odin, Osiris, Horus, Brahma, Lugh.
Yes, it's another elegiac yarn about quaint rural Ireland, told through misty eyes and yarming accents, the title referring to the festival of Lugh, Celtic god of light, and accompanyi ng capering around bonfires.