(1619-1683) English general, a cavalry commander in the Civil War under Cromwell (at the battles of Marston Moor, Preston, Dunbar, and Worcester). Lambert broke with Cromwell over the proposal to award him the royal title. After the Restoration he was imprisoned for life.
(1873-1930) Australian painter and sculptor. In Sydney he studied with Julian Ashton. In 1917 he was appointed official war artist with the Australian Light Horse in Palestine, resulting in a series of paintings, drawings and sculptures, many of which are in the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. He is also known for his landscapes and portraits.
1. Town in Mississippi (USA); zip code 38643.
2. Town in Oklahoma (USA).
3. Village in Missouri (USA).
A cgs unit of illumination equal to the brightness of a perfectly diffusing surface that emits or reflects one lumen per square centimeter; SYN. l.
Unit of brightness of light
Unit of brightness: brightness of surface radiating one lumen per square centimeter.
Unit of luminance (the light shining from a surface), equal to one lumen per square centimeter. In scientific work the candela per square meter is preferred.