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Lindau

(lĭn`dou), town (1994 pop. 24,560), Bavaria, S Germany, on an island in Lake Constance (Ger. Bodensee). Connected by bridges with the mainland, it is a picturesque summer resort and tourist center and a base for lake steamer service to Austria and Switzerland. Lindau was an imperial city from 1275 to 1803 and passed to Bavaria in 1805.
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At the other end, Mark McGeown was being kept busy with Lindau and Scott McLean ever threatening.
Wylie was a hero again moments later when Lindau was sent clear by Alan Archibald but his downward shot, which bounced wickedly, was pushed out for a corner by the keeper.
Piech, has been appointed to the Honorary Senate of the Foundation for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
The opening half was dominated by Thistle with Archibald, Lennon and Lindau pulling the midfield strings and with the front men of McLean and Hardie thriving on their service
Denis Connaghan tested Arthur from long range after 27 minutes, then Stewart pulled off a stunning save when Ross Caven's slack back-header allowed Lindau into the box to shoot from eight yards.
Lindau is on loan from Ayr United and won't be allowed to play when the clubs clash on Saturday.
For her part, Lindau remembers the days several years ago when she and her friends drove to South Central Los Angeles in search of blues.
Yet there is hardly any practical evidence to confirm such a phenomenon," says Solow prior to the 3rd Lindau Meeting in Economic Sciences.
The Lindau Meetings embody a very special kind of connection and interaction.
Queens were looking rocky as the shots rained in from McLean, Hardie and sub Peter Lindau.
But he's just happy to be in the same front line as fellow-scorer Peter Lindau.
Dalziel, meanwhile, admitted that he won't be allowing striker Peter Lindau to play against them for Partick Thistle in next month's Scottish Cup quarter-finals.