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lyne

(laɪn)
n
flax
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MY name is Deborah Lyne (nee Cox) and I lived in Milford Haven for practically all of my childhood.
WAKEFIELD duo Tom Johnstone and Reece Lyne are among five new caps in Wayne Bennett's England squad for the autumn Test matches against France and New Zealand.
Wakefield threequarters Tom Johnstone and Reece Lyne are among five uncapped players named in the 24-man party.
Junior Molly Lyne, fresh off a 68 last weekend in Freeport, fired a 72 at Crystal Woods in Woodstock to win the conference title by 5 shots over teammate Kat Bevill.
Sported by a 16-year-old girl Hannah Lyne, the unibrow was styled in the shape of a halo and received outrageous reactions from the photo-sharing social media site.
Raphael Lyne's fine book centers upon "a widespread metaphor, the memory of poems and poets" (239).
Michelle Lyne, professional adviser for education at the Royal College of Midwives, agrees.
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The subversive British filmmaker Charlie Lyne was looking for a way to express his displeasure with the U.K.'s film censorship bureaucracy.