Within days after the trio went on the lam, an admirer created a Facebook page in her honor.
While the trio was on the lam, he described them to the Tampa Tribune as “daredevils and thrill-seekers.”
Jobs was nice about it and asked lam what he thought of the phone.
The five-time convicted felon has been on the lam since failing to check in with his probation officer in January.
Sanclemente went on the lam before being arrested in a Buenos Aires student hostel in May of that year.
lampas, lam′pas, n. a material of silk and wool used in upholstery.
Mrs. McKee drew a long breath and entered the lam stew in a book.
A family belonging to the first section of the order Conchifera Dimyaria, lam.
A trader, coming into this camp, represented that lam Khn had let Sl.
The lam iz an artikle ov trade, az well as diet, they are wuth from four tew 10 dollars, ackording tew the way things am.
"flight," as in on the lam, 1897, from a U.S. slang verb meaning "to run off" (1886), of uncertain origin, perhaps somehow from the first element of lambaste, which was used in British student slang for "beat" since 1590s; if so, it would give the word the same etymological sense as the slang expression beat it.