Lamp or LAMP may refer to one of the following:
Other articles related to "lamp, lamps":
... A lava lamp (or Astro lamp) is a decorative novelty item, invented by British accountant Edward Craven-Walker in 1963 ... The lamp contains blobs of colored wax inside a glass vessel filled with clear liquid the wax rises and falls as its density changes due to heating from an ... The lamps are designed in a variety of styles and colours ...
... organisation Loveless Academic Magnet Program, a magnet high school in Montgomery, Alabama LAMP Community, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization located in Skid Row ...
... Loveless Academic Magnet Program (LAMP) is a magnet high school located in Montgomery, Alabama ... LAMP was formerly housed at Sidney Lanier High School, but moved into the former site of Loveless Elementary in 1999 ... In 2011, Newsweek ranked LAMP as the number 13 best high school in the United States ...
... Magical lamps that gave blue radiance from a flame trapped within a white crystal ... These lamps were made in Valinor and used by Noldor, named after their inventor Fëanor ... Even though Noldor in Middle-earth were famous for these lamps, their secret was later lost to them ...
... are various Jewish laws governing Shabbat lamps that allow them to be used during Shabbat ... The lamp itself is muktzah during Shabbat, and therefore, it cannot be moved from its location where it is placed ... under Jewish law, has the status of a lamp shade, which can be moved during Shabbat in order to control the amount of light that is exposed ...
Famous quotes containing the word lamp:
“How can they know
Truth flourishes where the students lamp has shone,
And there alone, that have no solitude?
So the crowd come they care not what may come.
They have loud music, hope every day renewed
And heartier loves; that lamp is from the tomb.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Thus he struggled, by every method, to keep his light shining before men. Surely the lighthouse-keeper has a responsible, if an easy, office. When his lamp goes out, he goes out; or, at most, only one such accident is pardoned.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“When the lamp is shattered,
The light in the dust lies dead;
When the cloud is scattered,
The rainbows glory is shed;
When the lute is broken,
Sweet tones are remembered not;
When the lips have spoken,
Loved accents are soon forgot.”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley (17921822)