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Lind

1. James. 1716--94, British physician. He demonstrated (1754) that citrus fruits can cure and prevent scurvy, a remedy adopted by the British navy in 1796
2. Jenny, original name Johanna Maria Lind Goldschmidt. 1820--87, Swedish coloratura soprano
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It's true and worth showing, as Lind does, that the Democratic Party became progressively more anti-war as `60s civil rights campaigns caused its electoral base to shift away from the traditionally martial south and toward the traditionally war-skeptical northeast.
It's definitely giving them the big picture: What's out there; what does it look like; and what do you need to know," Lind says.
Like Thompson, Peers noted that while Lind was qualified for ordination, he didn't choose that route.
We have two dynamic and talented leaders in Jared Rowe and Steve Lind who will deliver for our customers, engage their teams and drive us into a successful future in the automotive space," stated Jim Franchi, president, media.
Billeted there with Bell and Lind were Seth Numrich as Ben Tallmadge and Daniel Henshall as Caleb Brewster, the other members of the undercover quartet.
With Lind, the tendency toward a coward/hero polarity runs the risk of becoming obtrusive and making certain pieces, such as Monument, read as bitter polemics.
Against that background, his son Simon Lind began to worry about a Luger pistol his father kept in a safe, having brought it home from National Service half a century ago.
During his sentencing hearing at Newcastle Crown Court, Lind, who has never been in trouble before, said: "As his illness became more prevalent and his ability to fend for himself became diminished, his desire to involve the family, particularly my brothers and I, in trying to gain consensus about when he would be able to end his life, by what manner and by what means and with whose assistance, became a regular talking point - for want of a better expression.
Lind first came to national prominence in 1995, publishing an article in the left-wing magazine Dissent, "Why Intellectual Conservatism Died," that scourged the conservative movement for harboring Pat Robertson and his crackpot theories.
These findings may indicate that PCB189, which was also related to developing diabetes, may be of significance in how fat is stored in the body, said Lind.
Lind will further invest AU$75,000 to AU$225,000, in monthly share subscriptions, over the next three years.
Walter and Lind were married in August 1976 and together in 1983 they started Animals and Company which they ran out of a studio in a horse stable in La Cienega, New Mexico.