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LAM

On drawings, abbr. for laminate.
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At yesterday's inquest, Ms Lamming's father, Keith Lamming, gave evidence via a statement.
Dr Cooper told the inquest that Ms Lamming's body was found beneath a blood-stained duvet, with her head resting on a teddy bear, before the body of Mr McGill was discovered in an upstairs bedroom.
IN THE TWO ESSAYS contained in Coming, Coming Home George Lamming, the noted novelist from Barbados, fine-tunes his thoughts on cultural unity in the Caribbean.
In the essay's second part, Lamming delineates four categories of intellectuals.
Lamming continued to study decolonization in his succeeding three novels: The Emigrants (1954), Of Age and Innocence (1958), and Season of Adventure (1960).
Lamming, of Garrett Walk, Middlesbrough, denies unlawful wounding and said he acted in self defence, Teesside Crown Court heard yesterday.
Teesside Crown Court heard this was the fifth time Lamming had burgled a care home in the last five years.
It prevents Lamming from acting in a manner causing or likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person or persons in Cleveland and North Yorkshire.