LUMP


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LUMPLand Use Management Plan
LUMPLocation-to-URL (Uniform Resource Locator) Mapping Protocol
LUMPLeeds University Maths Prayer (Group)
LUMPLimited Use Military Person (military slang)
LUMPLife Usage Model Program
LUMPLand Use Mitigation Program
References in classic literature ?
The pigeon-pie was not bad, but it was a delusive pie: the crust being like a disappointing head, phrenologically speaking: full of lumps and bumps, with nothing particular underneath.
Without taking my eyes off the black form before me, I stooped and picked up this lump of rock; but at my motion the Thing turned abruptly as a dog might have done, and slunk obliquely into the further darkness.
I put Weena, still motionless, down upon a turfy bole, and very hastily, as my first lump of camphor waned, I began collecting sticks and leaves.
He could not believe it till the sailors showed him the lump of silver.
When he crawled out at the far end, half a dozen furry heads followed him with their eyes as he went to a sort of gallows of whale-jawbones, from which the dog's meat was hung; split off the frozen stuff in big lumps with a broad-headed spear; and stood, his whip in one hand and the meat in the other.
He had learned the lesson well, and he carried on his neck a bulging lump to show where I had hit him with the rock.
A big coal waggon, loaded with lump coal and drawn by four huge horses, just debouching from Kearny Street as though to turn down Market, blocked their way.
They supposed that the Hen must contain a great lump of gold in its inside, and in order to get the gold they killed it.
We shall lump both cases into one, and you watch out.
Some persons even got a splinter in their heart, and then it made one shudder, for their heart became like a lump of ice.
Drink it and I'll give you a lump of sugar to take the bitter taste from your mouth.
By thy advice the heavy, unread, folio lump, which long had dozed on the dusty shelf, piecemealed into numbers, runs nimbly through the nation.