- From Middle English linnen, from Old English linnan ("to cease from, desist, lose, yield up"), from Proto-Germanic *linnanan (“to turn, move aside, avoid”), from Proto-Indo-European *ley- (“to elude, avoid, shrink from”). Cognate with Danish linne ("to stop, rest"), Swedish dialectal linna ("to pause, rest"), Icelandic linna ("to stop, rest"). (Wiktionary)
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“This week starting Monday, a new show built around Johnson's songs, Trav'lin ', promises to be a highlight of the ongoing New York Musical Theater Festival, which continues through Oct. 17.”
“After a few public readings at the York Theater, "Trav'lin '" will play six performances this week at the TBG Theater on West 36th Street.”
“Trav'lin '" is the brainchild of producer-playwright Gary Holmes, who, as a teenager, was a friend to Johnson in the last decade of the songwriter's life.”
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