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In large letters was the name of a firm well-known to Philip, Lynn and Sedley, Regent Street, London; and below, in type smaller but still of some magnitude, was the dogmatic statement: Procrastination is the Thief of Time.
It went through with a horrid thundering that made my belly quake; and there hung over the lynn a little mist of spray.
Sure enough, it was but my hands that reached the full length; these slipped, caught again, slipped again; and I was sliddering back into the lynn, when Alan seized me, first by the hair, then by the collar, and with a great strain dragged me into safety.
He was a man of middle age, born in Lynn and bred in Boston; a long-pedigreed New Englander, whose ancestors had smelted iron ore in Lynn when Charles the First was King.
I believe there is quite a party assembled there; Lord Ingram, Sir George Lynn, Colonel Dent, and others.
In the political processions, Lowell goes in a loom, and Lynn in a shoe, and Salem in a ship.
Life Is A Highway road signs were unveiled here today honouring the Lynn Lake-born singer Tom Cochrane along a 322-kilometre section of PR 391 connecting Lynn Lake and Thompson, Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen announced.
Lynn agreed to become the executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State in September of 1992, he saw a world of opportunities before him.
Lynn, convicted in 2012 on a single count of endangering the welfare of a child, has been serving a three- to six-year prison sentence.
Thomas University School of Law and Lynn University have signed a new articulation agreement that will allow qualified students to earn their law degrees in six years.
Lynn worked at Worcester Poyltechnical Institute as a grounds keeper for several years, and prior to that at New England Power for over 25 years.
Example 1: Lynn Knight invested $8,000 in an aggressive stock fund in 2009.