Lap Definition

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1. "An old man everyone knew beckoned me into a dark, empty corner of the business and offered me a quarter for the pinball machine at the pizza place if I'd sit on his lap," Judd writes. 1
2. "As a general rule, you're allowed to copy for your own personal use, but not for commercial use, " explains Thomas Lapp, a lawyer from Frankfurt am Main who specializes in information technology. 0
3. "I am No 1 I am No 1!" the world's fastest man declared to TV audiences as he beat his chest and blew kisses at the 91, 000 crowd in the Bird's Nest, before continuing with his victory lap. 1
4. "Oh, you're a sweetheart, " she said, when I placed the breakfast tray on her lap. 1
5. "Renting is much cheaper," said third-year student Kseniya Lapina. "And it's good to reuse the book." 0
6. "We've only started to see the impact of higher costs translate into higher consumer prices," Lapp said. 0
7. 1521 - Battle of Mactan: Explorer Ferdinand Magellan is killed by natives in the Philippines led by chief Lapu-Lapu. 0
8. 1521 - Battle of Mactan: Explorer Ferdinand Magellan is killed by natives in the Philippines led by chief Lapu-Lapu. This website 0
9. A blue pigment made from powdered lapis lazuli. 1
10. A brief lapse in the final set cost her the match. 1
11. A classmate is asleep on the beanbag, Roald Dahl's Danny The Champion of the World open on his lap. 1
12. A clip-on piece for prescription glasses also comes with the laptop. 1
13. A data storage unit, such as a hard disc drive, a flash memory set, and a CD/DVD ROM drive, is integrally mounted in the laptop station. 1
14. A defensive lapse by Keown allowed Tottenham to score. 1
15. A few months later, Infinium axed the project, changed its name to Phantom Entertainment, and focused on the LapBoard— which launched in June 2008, two years past its originally planned release date. 0
16. A few outfits, some toiletries, and her laptop make up her worldly belongings. 1
17. A flower was pinned to/in her lapel. 1
18. A general solution and the stress intensity factor are obtained in term of series expansion, which satisfies both Laplace equation and the permeable boundary condition. 0
19. A geometric structure representation of images based on the angle between spectral coefficient vectors of Laplacian graph was proposed. Graph clustering of spectral features was also investigated. 0
20. A kinematic model of the planet lapping machine is developed. 1
21. A laparoscope (a tiny telescope connected to a video camera) is inserted through the cannula, giving the surgeon a magnified view of the patient's internal organs on a television monitor. 1
22. A laparotomy was performed and the tumor was resected. 1
23. A laptop cat is more soothing than a laptop computer. 2
24. A laptop computer was stolen from the school. 1
25. A laptop equipped with a dongle consumes 450 times more bandwidth than a classic mobile phone, said Pierre-Alain Allemand, who oversees the mobile network at France's second largest operator SFR. 1
26. A laptop would be really useful for when I'm working on the train. 1
27. A large, tabby cat came in, sniffed round his shoes then jumped up on his lap. 1
28. A light-pen single camera 3D coordinate vision measuring system is proposed in this paper. It mainly consists of a light pen, a CCD camera and a laptop computer. 1
29. A lyisi of adhesion was carried out for this case. Conclusion. Hand-assisted laparoscopic subtotal colectomy is a safe and feasible operation in the treatment of STC. 1
30. A MAN had an Ass Maltese Lapdog, a very great beauty. 0




laps (plural noun) · one's lap (noun) · one's laps (plural noun)


laps (plural noun)

  - one circuit of a track or racetrack.

  - an overlapping or projecting part.

  - a single turn of rope, thread, or cable around a drum or reel.

  - (in a lapping machine) a rotating disk with a coating of fine abrasive for polishing.


laps (third person present) · lapped (past tense) · lapped (past participle) · lapping (present participle)

  - overtake (a competitor in a race) to become one or more laps ahead.

  - project beyond or overlap something.

  - polish (a gem or a metal or glass surface) with a lapping machine.


laps (third person present) · lapped (past tense) · lapped (past participle) · lapping (present participle)

  - (of an animal) take up (liquid) with the tongue in order to drink.

  - (of water) wash against (something) with a gentle rippling sound.


laps (plural noun)

  - the action of water washing gently against something.


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