lamp

  1. an artificial source of visible illumination
  2. a piece of furniture holding one or more electric light bulbs

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Lamp

• (n.) Figuratively, anything which enlightens intellectually or morally; anything regarded metaphorically a performing the uses of a lamp. • (n.) A device or mechanism for producing light by electricity. See Incandescent lamp, under Incandescent. • (n.) A thin plate or lamina. • (n.) A light-producing vessel, instrument or appa...
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lamp

(lamp) an apparatus for furnishing heat or light.
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lamp

1. A light-producing vessel, instrument or apparatus; especially, a vessel with a wick used for the combustion of oil or other inflammable liquid, for the purpose of producing artificial light. ... 2. Figuratively, anything which enlightens intellectually or morally; anything regarded metaphorically a performing the uses of a lamp. 'Thy word is a l...
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lamp

noun an artificial source of visible illumination
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Lamp

[electrical component] A lamp is a replaceable component such as an incandescent light bulb, which is designed to produce light from electricity. These components usually have a base of ceramic, metal, glass or plastic, which makes an electrical connection in the socket of a light fixture. This connection may be made with a screw-thread bas...
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LAMP

[software bundle] LAMP is an acronym for an archetypal model of web service solution stacks, originally consisting of largely interchangeable components: Linux, the Apache HTTP Server, the MySQL relational database management system, and the PHP programming language. As a solution stack, LAMP is suitable for building dynamic web sites and w...
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Lamp

Lamp noun [ Middle English (with excrescent p ), from French lame , Latin lamina . See Lamina .] A thin plate or lamina. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Lamp

A complete light source unit, usually consisting of a light generating element (arc tube or filament), support hardware, enclosing envelope and base.
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lamp

a device for producing illumination, consisting originally of a vessel containing a wick soaked in combustible material, and subsequently such other ... [4 related articles]
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Lamp

A device intended to produce light energy. Modern lamps convert electrical energy to light energy via one of two main mechanisms - the filament lamp or the gas discharge lamp. Note that filament lamps are less efficient than discharge lamps (i.e. fluorescent lamps) as they produce more waste heat energy
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Lamp

A general term used to decribe the various kinds of artificial light sources used in photography
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Lamp

A general term used to describe the various kinds of artificial light sources used in photography.
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Lamp

A lamp is a contrivance for producing artificial light, whether by means of an inflammable liquid, or of gas, or electricity, but usually the term applied to a vessel for containing oil or other liquid inflammable substance, to be burned by means of a wick.
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Lamp

A light source composed of a metal base, a glass tube filled with an inert gas or a vapor, and base pins to attach to a fixture.
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Lamp

A light source composed of a metal base, a glass tube filled with an inert gas or a vapor, and base pins to attach to a fixture.
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Lamp

A reference to the bulb inside a lighting unit, but may sometimes be used to refer to the entire lighting unit. (Lighting)
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LAMP

acronym: Lake Acidification Mitigation Project (EPRI)
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LAMP

— An acronym referring to a bundle of free open-source Web technologies that have become incredibly popular as a method for building websites. The letters stand for the Linux operating system, Apache web server, MySQL database, and either PHP, Perl or Python. This is often referred to as a LAMP stack.” A rival alternative would be a bu...
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Lamp

General term used to describe the various kinds of artificial light sources used in photography.
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Lamp

In the theatre, the bulb which is fitted to what, in normal use, we call a light, is referred to as a lamp.
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Lamp

In the theatre, the bulb which is fitted to what, in normal use, we call a light, is referred to as a lamp.
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Lamp

Lamp is slang for to look at.
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lamp

lamp, originally a vessel for holding oil or some combustible substance that could be burned through a wick for illumination; the term has been extended to other lighting devices. Stones, shells, and other objects of suitable shape were used for burning oil in the Paleolithic period. In Egypt and th...
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LAMP

Large Advanced Mirror Project
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