Lasso

[musician] Lasso (Andrés Vicente Lazo Uslar) is a Venezuelan singer / composer. == Early Days == Lasso was born in Caracas, Venezuela, South America, on February 18, 1988. Andrés Lasso studied at Colegio Jefferson and once he graduated he went to Universidad Metropolitana to study systems engineering. He dropped out engineering studies to...
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lasso

[n] - Belgian composer (1532-1594) 2. [n] - a long noosed rope used to catch animals 3. [v] - catch with a lasso
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Lasso

Image editing tool used to select areas of an image for moving or cropping.
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Lasso

Lass'o (lăs'so) noun ; plural Lassos (-sōz). [ Spanish lazo , Latin laqueus . See Lace .] A rope or long thong of leather with a running noose, used for catching horses, cattle, etc. Lasso cell (Zoology) , one of a peculiar kind of de...
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Lasso

Las'so transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lassoed ; present participle & verbal noun Lassoing .] To catch with a lasso.
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lasso

Origin: Sp. Lazo, L. Laqueus. See Lace. ... A rope or long thong of leather with, a running noose, used for catching horses, cattle, etc. ... <zoology> Lasso cell, one of a peculiar kind of defensive and offensive stinging cells, found in great numbers in all coelenterates, and in a few animals of other groups. They are most highly developed ...
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lasso

lariat noun a long noosed rope used to catch animals
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Lasso

Orlando di Lasso noun Belgian composer (1532-1594)
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lasso

verb catch with a lasso; `rope cows`
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Lasso

• (n.) A rope or long thong of leather with, a running noose, used for catching horses, cattle, etc. • (v. t.) To catch with a lasso.
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Lasso

Image editing tool used to select areas of an image for moving or cropping
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lasso

lasso (lăs'ō, lăsOO') , light, strong rope, usually with a smooth, hard finish, made of a fine quality of hemp or nylon. It is used primarily for catching large animals such as cattle and horses. Horsehair or rawhide lassos were formerly common in America, but they have alm...
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Lasso

A lasso is a rope with a running noose used for catching cattle and horses. In Europe, the lasso was first employed by the Huns in the 4th century. The Huns used the lasso for catching horses and cattle, and also as a close combat weapon in war, using the lasso to catch enemy soldiers. In Spanish America, in the 19th century, the lasso was used con...
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Lasso

[programming language] Lasso is an application server and server management interface used for developing internet applications as well as a general-purpose, high-level programming language. Born as a web datasource connection tool for Filemaker and later included in Apple Computer`s FileMaker 4.0 and Claris Homepage as CDML, it has since e...
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Lasso

A lasso (oʊ or uː), also referred to as a lariat, riata, or reata (all from Spanish la reata), is a loop of rope designed as a restraint to be thrown around a target and tightened when pulled. It is a well-known tool of the American cowboy. The word is also a verb; to lasso is to throw the loop of rope around something. Although the tool has sev...
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lasso

a long noosed rope used to catch animals
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