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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.
Nelson, 83, said: "We bred Turbo Linn and we've had the family for years.
"Trainer Alan Swinbank is looking at the Deauville Group 2 and the Stockholm Cup as future targets for Turbo Linn but he wants to keep her away from Group 1's this season."
Nelson was at the races when Turbo Linn won at Newmarket.
The healing of addictions has been a major focus of the Linns' work.
Increasingly, the Linns are being called to help bring healing to global hot spots.
By a rough estimate, Turbo Linn represents Nelson rolling double-six four times on the trot.
Turbo Linn's sire was just a useful handicapper who has been little-used as a stallion and costs only pounds 500 per covering.
Linns Heir followed the same route as her dam under the care of Lungo.
Linns Heir was brought back to Lockerbie and Nelson snr began the search for her first mate.
The Classik, when paired with the Tukans, is Linn's seeming answer to this trend, albeit, an unusual approach.
The Classik resembles many recent Linn electronics products.