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Synonyms for Lincoln

16th President of the United States

capital of the state of Nebraska

long-wooled mutton sheep originally from Lincolnshire

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Lindum York managing director, Jonathan Sizer, said he was happy to have handed over the project successfully.
Lindum Snacks will operate as an autonomous unit focusing on travel and headed by Robert Motley.
Steven Fell, of Lindum, said: "We have very sandy fields here and the soil is stone-free.
Contractor address : Unit 4 Lindum Business Park, Station Road North Hykeham
As the country's leading junior, he competed in two of the national EASB events at the Gateshead Lindum Cub - and won both.
Also flying the flag for our city are award-winning Birminghamborn landscape artist Alan Gardner and turf specialist Lindum who have collaborated on an inspirational new garden for the show.
Award-winning, Birmingham-born landscape artist Alan Gardner and leading turf specialist Lindum are jointly collaborating on an inspirational new garden for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
And 35-year-old Shirley Reid, an accountant from Lindum Road, Gateshead, said: "I think it's really pretty.
The site is a brownfield one, formerly occupied by a coastal civil engineering contractor, and the contractor is Lindum Construction.
Lee made a poor start at the Gateshead venue of the Lindum Snooker Club as Fisher took the opening frame but a brown to pink finish in the next restored parity only for the Hinckley ace to lose a winning position in third following a kick on the brown as his opponent sat expecting the worse.
Announcement of competition:The competition is for an agreement on regular cleaning of Kobbervikdalen 65 (Sweeps section) and variable cleaning of Langesgt 11 (Firehouse) and rehearsal rooms in Lindum.
30) Yorkshire League Division V South: Lindum VI v Huddersfield Dragons IV (Lindum Sports Ground, 1.
VISIT Lincoln developed from the Roman town of Lindum Colonia, which developed from an Iron Age settlement.
When the Imps visited Stockport County for a Third Division North fixture on January 3, 1931, they gathered at their ground at dawn but were denied a hot cuppa to send them on their way because the milkman had been delayed due to having to smash the ice on the trough at the foot of Lindum Hill with a brick before his horse could have a drink.
His great mentor and influence was PE teacher "Chesty" Nash, and he played both football and cricket for the school's teams, while also making his debut in club cricket for Lindum CC in Lincoln.