LAMP


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LAMPLinux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl
LAMPLakewide Management Plan
LAMPLysosome-Associated Membrane Protein
LAMPLoop Mediated Isothermal Amplification (nucleic acid amplification method)
LAMPLiteracy Assessment and Monitoring Programme (UNESCO)
LAMPLatin American Microform Project
LAMPLibrary Access to Music Project (MIT)
LAMPLouisiana Alliance for Minority Participation
LAMPLearn about Movie Posters (website)
LAMPLighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program (St. Augustine, FL)
LAMPLakeshore Area Multi-Service Project (Canada)
LAMPLocally Advanced Multimodality Protocol
LAMPLake Acidification Mitigation Project
LAMPLarge Advanced Mirror Program
LAMPLouisiana Asset Management Pool
LAMPLocalized Aviation MOS Program (weather bulletin)
LAMPLay Apostolic Ministries with the Poor (New York City Catholic Service Ministry)
LAMPLocation Aware MAC Protocol
LAMPLow-level Airspace Management Plan
LAMPLogistics Automation Master Plan
LAMPLatin American Maize Evaluation Project
LAMPLicense Application Migration Project (Washington)
LAMPLook At Me Post
LAMPLagrangian Measurement Platform
LAMPLow Altitude Mapping and Photography
LAMPLogistics Assessment Methodology Prototype
LAMPLos Angeles Mentoring Project
LAMPLand A Mighty/Meaty Punch
LAMPLatin American Missionary Project (UK)
LAMPLocal Anaesthetic, Manipulation and Plaster
LAMPLegal Age Meeting Points
LAMPLivelihood and Micro Finance Promotion (Fund)
LAMPLinux-Apache-MySQL (Standard Query Language)-Php (software bundle)
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Doctor Manette, whom this visitation had so turned into stone, that be stood with the lamp in his band, as if be woe a statue made to hold it, moved after these words were spoken, put the lamp down, and confronting the speaker, and taking him, not ungently, by the loose front of his red woollen shirt, said:
Moving the lamp as the man moved, I made out that he was substantially dressed, but roughly; like a voyager by sea.
Shut the door behind you," he whispered, as he placed the lamp on the table.
He had picked out the foolish Aladdin for this purpose, intending to get the lamp and kill him afterwards.
The host furnished him with what he required, and Sancho brought it to Don Quixote, who, with his hand to his head, was bewailing the pain of the blow of the lamp, which had done him no more harm than raising a couple of rather large lumps, and what he fancied blood was only the sweat that flowed from him in his sufferings during the late storm.
It was only for a moment, for, as Lord Godalming said, "I thought I saw a face, but it was only the shadows," and resumed his inquiry, I turned my lamp in the direction, and stepped into the passage.
When I had rushed out to Montgomery's assistance, I had overturned the lamp.
And therewith, taking the lamp in his hand, he led the way down the long, draughty corridor to his laboratory.
Porthos came up behind, and unhooking the lamp on the staircase relit that in the room.
But he did not manage to light his lamp (I don't think he even tried), though in the morning as usual he was the first on deck, bull-necked, curly-headed, watching the hands turn-to with his sardonic expression and unflinching gaze.
Strickland took a lamp with him, while I tried to make clear the danger of hunting roof snakes between a ceiling cloth and a thatch, apart from the deterioration of property caused by ripping out ceiling-cloths.
Kotuko went on with his carving, and Kadlu threw a rolled bundle of leather dog-harnesses into a tiny little room that opened from one side of the house, slipped off his heavy deerskin hunting-suit, put it into a whalebone-net that hung above another lamp, and dropped down on the sleeping-bench to whittle at a piece of frozen seal-meat till Amoraq, his wife, should bring the regular dinner of boiled meat and blood-soup.