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lambert British & World English

A former unit of luminance, equal to the emission or reflection of one lumen per square centimetre

Lambert, Constant British & World English

(1905–51), English composer, conductor, and critic; full name Leonard Constant Lambert. He wrote the music for the ballet Romeo and Juliet (1926) and the jazz work The Rio Grande (1929), later becoming musical director of Sadler’s Wells (1930–47)

Lambert in lambert British & World English

A former unit of luminance, equal to the emission or reflection of one lumen per square centimetre

Simnel, Lambert British & World English

(Circa 1475–1525), English pretender and rebel. He was trained by Yorkists to impersonate firstly one of the Princes in the Tower and subsequently the Earl of Warwick in an attempt to overthrow Henry VII

Leonard Constant Lambert in Lambert, Constant British & World English

(1905–51), English composer, conductor, and critic; full name Leonard Constant Lambert. He wrote the music for the ballet Romeo and Juliet (1926) and the jazz work The Rio Grande (1929), later becoming musical director of Sadler’s Wells (1930–47)