Linn


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Linn

In Estonia, a political subdivision equivalent to an urban municipality.
References in periodicals archive ?
That contest being a Group 2 event, Turbo Linn has to shoulder a 7lb penalty as she takes a step down in class this afternoon.
When Linn sank a 14-foot downhill par putt on 18 and Dunn followed by draining an 8-footer for birdie, Linn thought they had ended up tied and would need a playoff.
"With the launch of the Health Mart marketing tool kit--which Health Mart pharmacists use to access customizable templates for local marketing and to place radio, TV and print advertising--every Health Mart now has the opportunity to market its services locally in a consistent and professional way," explains Linn, noting those vehicles range from direct mail and bag stuffers to flyers, press releases and television spots.
The court heard that two years ago, Linn successfully applied to have the last two years of his ban lifted, providing he took an extended driving test.
For people in any of these categories the existence of practitioners like Linn is important.
Linn admits that while they have struggled with that, he points out, "We've gotten past that with robots for some time now." Linn explains, "The way our financial people allocate funds for programs, you're looking at making an investment for multiple programs--amortizing those costs over multiple programs."
We have high scores and a high pass rate on the CPA exams," Linn said.
Earlier this year, the health activist entered a beauty contest and was chosen Miss Linn-Benton (Linn and Benton are two Oregon counties).
Steven Linn, MD, MPH, CPE, is vice president of medical affairs for South Jersey Hospital in Bridgeton, N.J.
Manufacturer: Linn Products Ltd., Floors Road, Waterfoot, Glasgow, Scotland G76 OEP, linn.co.uk
Karl Linn cultivates community in his urban gardens
has named Saundra Linn group vice president of retail operations.