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LIN

On drawings, abbr. for “linear.”
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Unfortunately, in the 12 to 15 games in which he had a chance to earn an important role on the team after being picked up by the Raptors, Lin suffered what he described as one of the worst shooting stretches in his career.
Mr Lin claimed this resulted in an altercation between the three.
Lin first made history when he debuted in the NBA in 2010 as the first Asian-American in 63 years to play in the league since Wataru 'Wat' Misaka in 1947.
It's the people I've loved in this job - my customers, my fellow traders," said 72-year-old Lin.
Lin Zhao's experience as a journalist-turned-work team member in New China's violent land reform movement in the early 1950s toughened her mind as a socialist new person and her earlier religious loyalties were further eroded.
Regardless, Lin heard about it and could not believe Bryant would be that ignorant not to know who he was at the time.
After being released in December 2011 by Golden State, Lin was claimed by the Knicks for a reserve role and pondered ending his NBA career if released.
Speaking to DVB this morning, Aung Soe said MP Lin Zaw Tun had contacted him to apologise and that he would not seek damages.
The harder he tried, the more cunning Lin Dan was as he covered every angle and showed that the elasticity was still intact.
Lin continued to dominate in all aspects despite Armstrong's long reach and strong opposite hand.
Following a brief prologue in which the editor acknowledges the authority of Lin Shu as a central figure among the intelligentsia of southern Fujian [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] province, and as an innovator who tried to reform and save the country through his countless publications, the first section of this reader presents us with a passionate Lin Shu, imbued with nostalgia and longing, who misses in the distance of Beijing his former teachers, his relatives and friends, and who writes with yearning of the life he had in his native Fuzhou [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].