So he turned to craftsmen living at the foot of Mt. Vesuvius who had pioneered a technique for working with lava stone.
Communal distrust, in India, is lava always simmering beneath the skin.
They were paid $50 to play a tiny Los Angeles speakeasy called The lava Lounge—now The Woods.
No longer would they have crazy adventures like campus-wide paintball and lava matches.
lava and ash fell for days; the sun was obliterated for three months.
Twelve years later a river of lava nine miles long wiped out a town of 500 houses.
They have all been at work like her, spouting ashes and pumice and rocks and lava.
Successive streams of lava have given strangely jagged outlines to the peaks.
It was fine, Mrs. More; like—like lava; he was the only cool person there.
Seven streams of lava poured from the crater and swept rapidly down the mountain side, leaving ruin along their paths.
1750, from Italian (Neapolitan or Calabrian dialect) lava "torrent, stream," traditionally from Latin lavare "to wash" (see lave). Originally applied in Italian to flash flood rivulets after downpours, then to streams of molten rock from Vesuvius. Alternative etymology is from Latin labes "a fall," from labi "to fall." Lava lamp is attested from 1965, also lava light (reg. U.S., 1968, as Lava Lite).
A language for VLSI that deals with "sticks", i.e. wires represented as lines with thickness.
["A Target Language for Silicon Compilers", R.J. Matthews et al, IEEE COMPCON, 1982, pp. 349-353].