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Lindsey

Parts of. an area in E England constituting a former administrative division of Lincolnshire
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Lindsey says: "Thick black 80 denier tights or leggings can give a slimmer look to the legs."
Lindsey, who graduates this summer in graphic design at Northumbria University, impressed the judges of a competition to design a new drinks concept and brand.
Autrey's memorable 2007 derring-do of protecting a man having a seizure by covering the man while the subway train sped over both men quickly entered the mind of Chad Lindsey on March 16.
Hoffmann introduces us to Lindsey, whose life has recently unraveled.
At the Council on Foundations (CoF) in Washington, D.C., Kristin Lindsey is the new executive vice president and chief operating officer.
The tragic death on 26 April 2007 of Lindsey Hughes, from cancer at the age of 57, has saddened members of the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia on both sides of the Atlantic and is a great loss for scholarship.
BUSY mum-of-two Lindsey Williams woke up to find a gospel choir on her doorstep as an extra special 30th birthday surprise yesterday.
THE Liverpool office of investment managers Rensburg Sheppards has promoted LINDSEY CROSS to the position of investment director.
"Each shoe is meant for something different," says Lindsey Leduc of Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago.
Claudia Rose, handwriting expert and amateur detective does not believe her old friend Lindsey committed suicide.
Lindsey, MEd, CEAP, took over in February as president of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.