an island in Indonesia, E of Bali. 1826 sq. mi. (4729 sq. km).
an island of Indonesia, in the Lesser Sunda Islands (Nusa Tenggara) east of Java: came under Dutch rule in 1894; important biologically as being transitional between Asian and Australian in flora and fauna, the line of demarcation beginning at Lombok Strait (a channel between Lombok and Bali, connecting the Flores Sea with the Indian Ocean). Chief town: Mataram. Pop: 2 536 000 (2004 est). Area: 4730 sq km (1826 sq miles)
/lɒmˈbrəʊzɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the doctrine propounded by the Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso (1836–1909) that criminals are a product of hereditary and atavistic factors and can be classified as a definite abnormal type
[lom-broh-zee-uh n, -zhuh n] /lɒmˈbroʊ zi ən, -ʒən/ noun 1. a school of criminology, promulgating the theories and employing the methods developed by .
[lom-broh-soh; Italian lawm-braw-saw] /lɒmˈbroʊ soʊ; Italian lɔmˈbrɔ sɔ/ noun 1. Cesare [che-zah-re] /ˈtʃɛ zɑˌrɛ/ (Show IPA), 1836–1909, Italian physician and criminologist. /Italian lomˈbroːso/ noun 1. Cesare (ˈtʃeːzare). 1836–1909, Italian criminologist: he postulated the existence of a criminal type
[law-mey] /lɔˈmeɪ/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Togo, on the Gulf of Guinea. [toh-goh] /ˈtoʊ goʊ/ noun 1. Republic of, an independent country in W Africa: formerly a French mandate 1922–46 and trusteeship 1946–60 in E Togoland. 21,830 sq. mi. (56,540 sq. km). Capital: Lomé. /French lɔme/ noun 1. the capital […]