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  • Rahvaliit on ka selline kahtlane lammas, ega ma nende kohta ei oskagi liiga palju ütelda, arvatavasti on neil RE ja IRL-iga lihtsam kokkuleppeid teha kui eelnevatel.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry

  • We can soon see the leaves start to turn colour and the nights to draw in after lammas has been and gone.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Ja võid teha osalusvaatluse - oled natukene aega lammas.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry

  • A picture by Vladimir Makofsky, which he bought about this time, hung in the breakfast-room at Sloane Street; 'it represents a scene from one of Tourgenief's early stories, a summer's night in the government of Toula: boys telling ghost stories while they watch horses grazing on the lammas land.'

    The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, Volume 1

  • I found a great deal of difference in the produce, both in the fize of th« ears and ftooling part \ the red lammas

    A new system of husbandry

  • [(none but she, and broke six) -10.8 (-) 2.2 (pence besides swearing) 9.2 (on the bible; but lammas-eve was)] TJ

    Agnes De-Courci: a Domestic Tale

  • He notes the cant lammas in Eric Partridge’s Dictionary of the Underworld, the lingo of costermongers in London around 1855, alternatively spelled nammou, meaning “to depart, esp. furtively” and related to vamoose in the lingo of the American West.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He notes the cant lammas in Eric Partridge’s Dictionary of the Underworld, the lingo of costermongers in London around 1855, alternatively spelled nammou, meaning “to depart, esp. furtively” and related to vamoose in the lingo of the American West.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He notes the cant lammas in Eric Partridge’s Dictionary of the Underworld, the lingo of costermongers in London around 1855, alternatively spelled nammou, meaning “to depart, esp. furtively” and related to vamoose in the lingo of the American West.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He notes the cant lammas in Eric Partridge’s Dictionary of the Underworld, the lingo of costermongers in London around 1855, alternatively spelled nammou, meaning “to depart, esp. furtively” and related to vamoose in the lingo of the American West.

    No Uncertain Terms

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  • The 1st of August. Also 'sheep' in Finnish. For example, 'Shaun The Sheep' is 'Late Lammas' in Finland.

    You never know when you need a knowledge like this.

    March 4, 2008