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lampman

[′lamp·mən]
(mining engineering)
A person responsible for maintaining and servicing miners' lamps.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It is what the protagonist makes of natural sights and sounds that transforms all in both Lampman and Layton.
"Plain stripes just don't seem to have much interest anymore," said Sara Lampman, director of design for Dickson Elberton.
Those working offstage include the barber, bill carrier, billsticker, callboy, caber, candlesnuffer, candlewoman, charwoman, concessionaire, constable, cook, dresser, featherman, guard, lampman, messenger, music caller, music porter, numberer, plumber, scene painter, scowrer, sweeper, treasurer, watchman, and wigmaker, as well as the various "keepers": of box, box office, gallery door, hall, house, instrument, lobby, lobby door, office, pit, pit office, and scene.
Lampman worked for the Canadian civil service from 1883 until his death.
For example, consider Ben Hur Lampman, editorial writer for the Portland Oregonian from 1922 to 1954.
While the train did cause some anxiety for passengers, their eyes "dim with pain" (from Lampman's "The Railway Station," published in 1888), as they hurried to catch the next train, (22) passengers who regularly used steam trains formed only a minority in any city or town; furthermore, trains reached maximum speed only outside cities, away from populated areas.
“The open space of a golf course is utilized not only by golfers, but is the habitat for a variety of wildlife species,” said Joellen Lampman, Audubon International program director.
Forest Service biologist Ralph Lampman hosts a talk - and puppet-assisted - program at 2 p.m.
Bentley's fine treatment of the Confederation Poets with the names of Roberts, Lampman, Carman and Scott rather than with the chronological title of "Post-Confederation poetry" since they occupy most of the essay's space?
These included: the Balls, Dochstader/Dachstaeder, Froelich, Hainer, Haus/House, Jung/Young, Lampman, Markle/Merkle, May, Nellis/ Nelles, Schram, Secord/Sicard, Stephens and Vollick families, all of whom settled in the Niagara Peninsula.
The four ( TV and marketing director Jerome Valcke plus marketing executives Stefan Schuster, Tom Houseman and Rob Lampman ( have been dismissed after being named in the court judgment as having seriously misled the credit card giants.
Wendy Lampman, PO Box 166,Tiverton, ON N0G 2T0; 519-368-7235; knoxtiverton@bmts.com.