LAME is a free software codec used to encode/compress audio into the lossy MP3 file format.
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... Like all MP3 encoders, LAME implements some technology covered by patents owned by the Fraunhofer Society and other entities ... The developers of LAME do not themselves license the technology described by these patents ... Distributing compiled binaries of LAME, its libraries, or programs that derive from LAME in countries that recognize those patents may be patent infringing ...
... A lame (pronounced "lahm") is a double-sided blade that is used to slash the tops of bread loaves in artisan baking ... A lame is used to score (also called slashing or docking) bread just before the bread is placed in the oven ...
... In domain name systems, a lame delegation, also known as a lame response, is a type of error that results when a name server is designated as the authoritative ... Internet Numbers (ARIN) has a Draft Policies and Proposals concerning lame delegations - Policy 2002-1 Lame Delegations in IN-ADDR.ARPA ...
... On July 12, 1980, Lame Deer was in the process of conducting a vision quest ceremony for two men, one of whom, Ronald Delgado, was a diabetic ... Lame Deer was promptly denounced as a "known fraud" and a "twinkie" (New Age practitioner) by Native American activists and even by some white New Age groups ... Apparently charges against Lame Deer were never filed ...
... Archie Fire Lame Deer or Tȟáȟča Hušté (1935-2001) was a Hollywood stuntman, a medicine man, and a lecturer of Lakota people religion ... He is the son of John Fire Lame Deer ...
More definitions of "lame":
- (adj): (of horses) disabled in the feet or legs.
- (adj): Pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness.
Example: "A lame argument"
- (noun): Someone who doesn't understand what is going on.
- (noun): A fabric interwoven with threads of metal.
Example: "She wore a gold lame dress"
Famous quotes containing the word lame:
“A man must thank his defects, and stand in some terror of his talents. A transcendent talent draws so largely on his forces as to lame him; a defect pays him revenues on the other side.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“O most lame and impotent conclusion!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“My nurses, those starchy ghosts,
hover over me for my lame hours
and my lame days. The mechanics
of the body pump for their tricks.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)