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Lampadist
Lampadist Lam"pa*dist, n. [Gr. ?, fr. ?, ?, torch. See Lamp.] (Gr. Antiq.) One who gained the prize in the lampadrome.
Lampadrome
Lampadrome Lam"pa*drome, n. [Gr. ?; ?, ?, torch + ? course, race, fr. ? to run.] (Gr. Antiq.) A race run by young men with lighted torches in their hands. He who reached the goal first, with his torch unextinguished, gained the prize.

Meaning of Ampad from wikipedia

- American Pad & Paper LLC, or Ampad, is a manufacturer of office products, including writing pads, specialty papers, filing products and envelopes. Some...
- companies with combined revenues of $3.5 billion. In July 1992, Bain acquired Ampad (originally American Pad & Paper) from Mead Corporation, which had acquired...
- was the firm's primary investment goal. Bain Capital's acquisition of Ampad exemplified a deal where it profited handsomely from early payments and...
- acquired Isaberg Rapid, a leading stapling company based in Sweden, and Ampad, a leading North American manufacturer of office products. "Esselte". J...
- within his company, Kennedy ran campaign ads showing an Indiana company, Ampad, bought out by Romney's firm, Bain Capital. They showed interviews with...
- Capital acquired Ampad from Mead Corporation, which had acquired the company in 1986. Mead, which was experiencing difficulties integrating Ampad's products...
- within his company, Kennedy ran campaign ads showing an Indiana company, Ampad, bought out by Romney's firm, Bain Capital. They showed interviews with...
- whether Mead and Lexis were a "unitary" business. In 1986, Mead acquired Ampad makers of legal pads which it sold in 1992 to Bain Capital. Mead acquired...
- Mahmadpura, Ekalbara Vadodara Taluka (Part) Villages – Sindhrot, Hinglot, Ampad, Mahapura, Sevasi, Khanpur Karjan Taluka (Part) Village – Umaj 2007 - Dineshbhai...
- closures in the past few decades include those of Ball-Foster, SCM (later Ampad) Paper Company, and the Malleable Iron Works (both on the far west side...
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