lambert first covered the song in a video he posted to his Keek on Feb. 11, the night after Rihanna performed it on Grammys.
Thankfully, lambert has not restricted his artistic endeavours to iPads.
“But you must have done something to deserve it,” lambert recalled Bodenheimer saying before he walked off.
“It is still Benjamin Franklin and still easily recognized,” said lambert.
lambert estimates that 40 or 50 sailors were eaten by their comrades.
"It's about as bleak a place for a house as a man could pick," lambert agreed.
Balbus, lambert, and Hugh had entered the house only a few minutes before them.
Mr lambert comes into his dinner at half after one o'clock; it is near that now.
lambert was beginning to doubt even this paragraph of his general instructions.
lambert watched him as he pranced about, chopping his steps with feet jerked up straight like a string-halt horse.
masc. proper name, from French, from German Lambert, from Old High German Lambreht, from lant "land" + beraht "bright." Old English cognate was Landbeorht. The popularity of the name from 12c. is probably due to immigration from Flanders, where St. Lambert of Maestricht was highly venerated. Attested as a surname from mid-12c.