from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northeast Massachusetts, a residential and industrial suburb of Boston. It was formerly an important shoe-making center. Population: 88,000.
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- proper n. A habitational surname.
- proper n. Any of several place names ( outside Britain named for persons with the surname).
- proper n. A male given name usually appearing as a middle name.
- proper n. A female given name, popular as a middle name.
Later he created we move to lynn, which I assume is Lynn, Massachusetts.
The other was to post a very strange disclaimer on his website, in which he called Lynn and Weinstein "bone-heads," and defended his right to call himself "Chaplain," stating that he has a current endorsement as a "Chaplain and Evangelist to America" from the Chaplaincy of Full Gospel Churches (CFGC).
Lynn is forced to look at the possibility of death when she's diagnosed with breast cancer, and in turn so is the reader.
Mary Lynn is able to switch instantaneously from a funny bit to a quiet and sentimental one.
He quoted from the Web site of the KIPP middle school in Lynn, Mass., as evidence of what he said was KIPP's failure to encourage imaginative, independent thinking.
I have been focused on opening a new HS next year, applying for a K-4 in Lynn, applying for a K-8 in Boston, building a 26 million dollar facility and trying to do right by our kids!
Bill Lynn is a distinguished public servant and a real expert on national security issues.
Speaking of bias, I think Lynn is clearly showing her pro-Kate bias in her replies …
I am pleased to report that although Lynn is leaving Thornhill, she is not leaving us, and will be continuing on as Co-Continuing Education Chair as part of the 2009-2010 Executive.
"I haven't found anything that requires an advanced notification to conduct an inspection," says Lt. Commander Kevin Lynn, chief of the Coast Guard's offshore facility security branch.