Definition of Tamber
1. timbre [n -S] - See also: timbre
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Literary usage of Tamber
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... been Marlowe's Tamburlaine, because both parts of that drama were printed in 1590; whereas Henslowe notes that, " the second part of tamber came" was a ..."
2. The Diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 to 1609: Printed from the Original by Philip Henslowe (1845)
"... when it is usually written by Henslowe "tamber cam," or "Tamer came ... whereas Henslowe notes that, " the second part of tamber came" was a new play ..."
3. Literary Criticism from the Elizabethan Dramatists by John Tucker Murray, David Klein, Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin, William Winter, Rosamond Gilder, Felix Emmanuel Schelling, William Dean Howells, Mary Findlater, Jane Helen Findlater, Allan McAulay, William Randolph Hearst (1908)
"2, tamber Cam, Conqueror Play. 1592. H. 42. I, 2, Tamburlaine the Great, Conqueror Play. Marlowe, C. 1587, 1592. Tamer Tamed, The. See The Woman's Prize. ..."
4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: From by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Francis Vesey (1827)
"The common way of conducting the business hitherto has been by licence from year to year by the Lord C/tamber- lain, merely to exempt the parties from the ..."