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Linn

In Estonia, a political subdivision equivalent to an urban municipality.
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Turbo Linn won her first eight races, and in total earned prizemoney of pounds 86,221.
Linn engineers obviously spent a lot of time setting up the firmware for the Classik: its user options are numerous, and can be bewildering unless you take the time to study Linn's well-written user's manual.
And that brings up one of my few gripes with the Classik: I wonder whether the folks at Linn didn't try to make the Classik a bit too versatile.
I compared the Classik's CD player and the Sony running through the Classik's amp on disc after disc; the Sony was connected via a pair of high-quality Linn interconnects.
Increasingly, the Linns are being called to help bring healing to global hot spots.
In Northern Ireland, the Linns taught people how to pray with their "enemies" for healing - which included a foot-washing ceremony by Protestants and Catholics.
Citing a similar example, the Linns said that in a poor village in Guatemala, ancient family feuds had been exploited by the Guatemalan military to gain control of the area.
By a rough estimate, Turbo Linn represents Nelson rolling double-six four times on the trot.
Turbo Linn became a Group 2 winner in the Lancashire Oaks two starts ago and has to fly no higher today.
It has become clear that Turbo Linn stays 1m4f extremely well.
Linns Heir was brought back to Lockerbie and Nelson snr began the search for her first mate.
The first time Linns Heir was able to visit a stallion was in the foot and mouth year, so she went to a very local stallion," Nelson jnr says.