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Lindsay

(ˈlɪndzɪ)
n
1. (Biography) See (Sir David) Lyndsay
2. (Biography) (Nicholas) Vachel (ˈveɪtʃəl). 1879–1931, US poet; best known for General William Booth (1913) and The Congo (1914)
3. (Biography) Norman Alfred William. 1879–1969, Australian artist and writer

Lind•say

(ˈlɪnd zi, ˈlɪn-)

n.
(Nicholas) Va•chel (ˈveɪ tʃəl) 1879–1931, U.S. poet.
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Noun1.Lindsay - United States playwright who collaborated with Russel Crouse on several musicals (1889-1931)
2.Lindsay - United States poet who traveled the country trading his poems for room and board (1879-1931)Lindsay - United States poet who traveled the country trading his poems for room and board (1879-1931)
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In that year, Glamorgan Chief Constable Lionel Lindsay, asked by the Standing Joint Committee to consider the benefit of employing women, said: "I have very carefully considered the question of the employment of police women in the county of Glamorgan from every possible standpoint affecting the administration of a large county police force, and I unhesitatingly declare that I am unable to subscribe to the opinion expressed that their employment would be any advantage to the county.
Its visitors and customers included such luminaries as Dame Nellie Melba, John Masefield when he was here for the Victorian Centenary Celebrations in 1934, Lionel Lindsay, Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, as well as various Governors, and members of the medical and legal professions.
In 1934 Barnett published Woodcut Book-Plates which featured a foreword by Lionel Lindsay.