from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A waterfall.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A waterfall. See Lin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of line, lin.
I mean it's not half bad a name ... and I guess - lyn is better than city ... but, would you name your kid after a New York burrough?
For instance, Generex Biotechnology, the Toronto-based Canadian firm, has already received approval for Oral-lyn, which is absorbed in the bloodstream through buccal mucosa - the soft tissues lining the inside of the mouth.
Do us all a favor and read the Constitution (and bone up on your history, while you're at it.) lyn
Olugbemisola (Mrs. Pilkington) said ... fantastic interview (and thank you for the shout out, lyn!). i'm looking forward to Tina's POV -- it sounds like she and Ruthie will have summers to remember.
Contact you dream? you listen? spoken word? lyn hejinian | yet we insist that life is full of happy chance
Categories: jeffrey winke lyn hejinian | yet we insist that life is full of happy chance
FYI – That hopey, changey thing is workin 'quite well. lyn
It's just coffee ... just don't hype it as a debate over Russian relations ... lyn
September 9th, 2009 2: 10 pm ET but we need more jobs, mr. pres, more jobs lyn
How many other African Americans are vacationing at the Vineyard? lyn fromOsoyoos B. C.Canada near the American border
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