(n.) An easy gait, consisting of long running strides or leaps.
(1) (Williamson, D.H., Lopes-Vieira, O., and Walker, B.
(2) Yet mid-afternoon on June 12 2000, Lopes Neves embarked on the most traumatic bus journey of her life.
(3) His intoxicated lope through a park was captured on CCTV and later posted on YouTube .
(4) Chelsea overcome nerves to top group and move into last 16 at Porto’s expense Read more Although Paco Alcácer drew a save from Anthony Lopes, Lyon were the better side, allowed to travel a long way when they came forward, and it was not a huge surprise when Cornet scored.
(5) 32, 1003; Steiner, L. A., & Lopes, A. D. (1979) Biochemistry (preceding paper in this issue)].
(6) "The fall in infant mortality is the result of families having greater access to information, health services and income," Brazil's social development and hunger minister, Marcia Carvalho Lopes, says.
(7) "After the first teargas bomb, my brother and I ran with a few others to flee the police," said Julia Lopes, 27, who was among 30,000 local people demonstrating before the Brazilian national side's showcase Confederations Cup match against Mexico.
(8) Finally, 30 minutes later, Bloomberg loped onstage, a protocol-observant second ahead of South Africa's president, Jacob Zuma.
(9) 1984; Lopes and Guggino 1987; Richards and Dawson 1986) as well as chloride channel activity (Hudson and Schultz 1988).
(10) The one-time trio have been performing with Lil Mama in place of the late Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes .
(11) "There is a big possibility of … President [Lula] being a candidate again either in 2014 or in 2018," admitted Marcia Carvalho Lopes, Brazil's minister for social development.
(12) The cytoplasm revealed well dev-loped granular endoplasmic reticulum and multiple Golgi complexes.
(13) Previous guests include the Guns 'N' Roses frontman Axl Rose, compared to whom Lopes seemed to suggest a squad of footballers would be a piece of cake.
(14) Not used Lopes, Bruno Alves, Carvalho, Vieirinha, André Gomes, Rafa Silva, Eliseu, Eduardo, Danilo Pereira.
(15) 5.30pm GMT Tottenham's striker hunt ... Spurs continue to serenade Damiao but they have others irons in the fire too: word is they're nattering with Lyon about Lisandro Lopes.
(16) Especially "bi-loped flaps" will be used, and some variations of this type of flap are described.
(17) All of a sudden, Lopes Neves realised that she and a dozen other passengers were trapped inside - hijacked by an extremely agitated, apparently drugged-up young man.
(18) The Second Coolest Person in the World (cf last week's NME ) lopes into the offices of Rough Trade Records in cords and round-neck woolly, a stick insect wrapped in secondhand chic.
(19) "The PT is going to explode, it will be all about the women," Lopes said, outlining the party's plans to field female candidates in several of Minas Gerais' largest cities, among them Governador Valadares and Juiz de Fora.
(20) Lopes drafted the Maria da Penha law five years ago, to offer protection to women who were victims or likely to become victims of domestic violence.
(n.) The space between the eye and bill, in birds, and the corresponding region in reptiles and fishes.
(n.) The anterior portion of the cheeks of insects.
(obs. imp. & p. p.) Lost.
(v. t.) That which is or may be learned or known; the knowledge gained from tradition, books, or experience; often, the whole body of knowledge possessed by a people or class of people, or pertaining to a particular subject; as, the lore of the Egyptians; priestly lore; legal lore; folklore.
(v. t.) That which is taught; hence, instruction; wisdom; advice; counsel.
(v. t.) Workmanship.
(1) Currently, the US contains around 1,500 of the expansive “malls” of suburban consumer lore.
(2) Lib Dem MP Lorely Burt said the party was "stuck between a rock and a hard place".
(3) Start to care.” It has eight guides , most of whom give two-hour walks with a mix of local lore and their personal experience.
(4) In a country addicted to novelty and invention, he was proceeding to supply an instant lore of allegory, myth and fable.
(5) Bush's fantastical lyrics, influenced by children's literature, esoteric mystical knowledge, daydreams and the lore and legends of old Albion, seemed irrelevant, and deficient in street-cred at a time of tower-block social realism and agit-prop.
(6) Aboriginal people are obligated to maintain a connection to country to sustain spiritual beliefs, customary activities and traditional lore.
(7) It stamps into public lore an image that so fixates conservative opinion – that of the negligent parent, the one who might profess to care as much about their children as you or I, but is just waiting for society's back to be turned before smoking all over them.
(8) When we look at our favourite television shows, they've all stayed the same; stasis is part of television lore.
(9) Peak I stimulated and peak II inhibited the enzyme (Rodríguez de Lores Arnaiz and Antonelli de Gómez de Lima, Neurochem Res 11:933-947, 1986).
(10) Regardless, his 11-pitch at-bat against Clayton Kershaw in Game Six of the NLCS which set the stage for his implosion is now a moment of St Louis lore.
(11) Maz Kanata 'used telekinetic powers' in Star Wars: The Force Awakens Read more As a radical shift in Star Wars lore, such a change might have had the potential to make Han failing to shoot first in the “special edition” of 1977’s Star Wars look relatively inconsequential.
(12) The nature of feather inclusions was characterized in 32 psittacine birds (30 cockatoos, one peach-faced lovebird (Agapornis roseicollis), and one red-lored Amazon parrot (Amazona autumnalis autumnalis] with naturally-acquired psittacine beak and feather disease.
(13) Lorely Burt, parliamentary private secretary (PPS) to Danny Alexander, spoke out against military action in the debate and chose not to vote.
(14) SLAP HAFFEY said one, HAPLESS HAFFEY another - and in spite of such legendary predecessors in the lore as Harry Rennie, John Thomson and Jimmy Cowan, Scotland's reputation for insecure goalkeeping took root there and then.
(15) One version of tech lore has it that JVC's welcoming attitude towards adult content on VHS was the reason it won out in the end.
(16) Thus, contrary to popular myth and clinical lore, the overrepresentation of young adoptees in clinical settings is not attributable solely to the fact that adoptees are more troubled.
(17) Tips: Hook a mackerel and fry it for dinner just off the Cabot Trail, and learn to make Acadian potato pancakes for $22pp while savouring the cultural lore of Cape Breton.
(18) It made a most enduring impression upon my boyish mind which was my very first impulse to choosing chorea as my virgin contribution to medical lore.
(19) Jeter asks: “Why doesn’t he just shut up?” Rodriguez helped create a new phrase in Mets lore – “24 plus one” – which was the verbiage used by then Mets GM Steve Phillips to describe why the team had opted out of the Rodriguez free-agent sweepstakes in 2000.
(20) Once immersed in the scene, the lure and the lore of the tube proved hard to resist.