Dokusunda çoğunlukla gümüş ve altın renginde tel bulunan kumaş veya metal parlaklığı verilmiş deri.
Böyle bir kumaş veya deriden yapılmış olan
Zehra, lame balo pabuçlarından görünecek olan ayak tırnaklarını da cilaladı. C. Uçuk
1795-1870. GabrielleLame , Fransız matematikçisi. Esas çalışma alanları matematiksel fizik, elastisite teorisi, özel fonksiyonlar teorisidir.
Moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect, or temporary obstruction of a function; as, a lame leg, arm, or muscle.
To some degree disabled by reason of the imperfect action of a limb; crippled; as, a lame man.
Hence, hobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect.
French for 'trimmed with leaves of gold or silver') Fibre: Silk or any textile fibre in which metallic threads are used in the warp or the filling Lame is also a trademark for metallic yarns Weave: Usually a figured weave but could be any Characteristics: Often has pattern all over the surface The shine and glitter of this fabric makes it suitable for dressy wear The term comes from the French for 'worked with gold and silver wire' Uses: Principally for evening wear.
User who behaves in a stupid or uneducated manner, a description often applied to newbies.
French word for a tool used to slash hearth loaves Some of these look like a long-handled knife, others like a double-edged razor on a stick.
This is a condition in which a horse does not carry weight equally on all four legs, due to disease or injury.
Fencers term for a non-fencer.
Hound determined at time of inspection to be unfit to compete due to a limp or injury No refund is made to the handler unless the hound is called in lame prior to closing date/number.
To make lame.
Fabric interwoven with threads of metal; 'she wore a gold lame dress' disabled in the feet or legs.
Someone who doesn't understand what is going on.
Fabric interwoven with threads of metal; 'she wore a gold lame dress'.
Deprive of the use of a limb, especially a leg; 'The accident has crippled her for life'.
Pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness; 'a feeble excuse'; 'a lame argument'.
Disabled in the feet or legs.
Disabled in the feet or legs; 'a crippled soldier'; 'a game leg'.