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Lyndsay

(ˈlɪndzɪ) or

Lindsay

n
(Biography) Sir David. 1486–1554, Scottish poet and courtier, author of Ane Pleasant Satyre of the Three Estates (1552)
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But grieving Lyndsay Parfitt says she is determined to stay strong for the sake of their nine-year-old twins Tommy and Lily.
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SHE wasn't well enough to celebrate at the time, but now Lyndsay King is loving being Scotland's first Christmas mum of 2014.
Shirley's daughter Lyndsay Travers, 40, had two girls, Chelsea Sunley, 21, and Amber Sunley, 19.
Millie's parents Lyndsay and Michael, from Skelmersdale, are now working with experts at Alder Hey Children's Hospital to consider other options for their two-year-old daughter.
Lyndsay is described as 5ft 1ins, of proportionate build and has black hair tied in a ponytail.
James John Perkins had cannabis and diazepam in his system when he ignored safety warnings to let 21-year-old Lyndsay Young on his bike as a passenger.
Sharon's younger sister Lyndsay, 26, of Yoker, Glasgow, has now told of her heartbreak at her sister's death and how she is helping to bring up her two boys, now aged four and two.
Lyndsay Stewart, of the National Blood Service, said: "It's brilliant really that we have got some great support in the area.
QI'VE known my best friend Lyndsay since we were at school.
Mair Jones has lots of happy customers, including Mark and Lyndsay Perkins, of Bradley, who married last year at The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel.