Lincoln

[South state] This is for players of the `Augusta Wolves` minor league baseball team, that played in the South Atlantic League in 1930 and the Palmetto League in 1931. ...
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Lincoln

[proposed Southern state] The State of Lincoln was proposed in 1869 after the U.S. Civil War to be carved out of the territory of Texas from the area south and west of the state`s Colorado River. Unlike many other Texas division proposals of the Reconstruction period this one was presented to Congress, but like the others it failed. ...
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Lincoln

[New Zealand electorate] Lincoln was a parliamentary electorate in the Canterbury region of New Zealand from 1881 to 1890. It was represented by two Members of Parliament. ==Population centres== The previous electoral redistribution was undertaken in 1875 for the 1875–76 election. In the six years since, New Zealand`s European population ...
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Lincoln

[city in Lincolnshire, England] ...
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Lincoln

[provincial electoral district] Lincoln is a historical provincial electoral division in Ontario, Canada, which was represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario between 1867 and 1999. It was located on the Niagara Peninsula; at various times, there was also a federal electoral district of the same name represented in the House of Comm...
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Lincoln

Meaning as a surname: Lake settlement.
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Lincoln

[n] - 16th President of the United States 2. [n] - capital of the state of Nebraska 3. [n] - long-wooled mutton sheep originally from Lincolnshire
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Lincoln

noun long-wooled mutton sheep originally from Lincolnshire
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Lincoln

(from the article `United Kingdom`) Local administration was of varied character. First came the chartered towns. By the year 98 Lincoln and Gloucester had joined Camulodunum as ... Lincoln was a significant Roman town; called Lindum, it lay on the line of Fosse Way and Ermine Street and served as a fortress for the 9th Legion. ... [...
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Lincoln

(from the article `Lincoln`) ...is covered by the Malpais, a region of lava beds whitened by dust; the lava originated in Little Black Peak. Valley of Fires National Recreation ...
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Lincoln

(from the article `Vidal, Gore`) ...morality in the U.S. capital, was followed by several popular novels that vividly re-created prominent figures and events in American history—Burr ...
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Lincoln

county, southeastern Nevada, U.S., bordering on Utah and Arizona and sited immediately north of Clark county (and the city of Las Vegas). A region ...
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Lincoln

county, south central New Mexico, U.S. It is a rugged region in the Basin and Range Province, with green hills and large plains surrounding and ...
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Lincoln

city (district), administrative and historic county of Lincolnshire, England. It stands 200 feet (60 metres) above sea level on an impressive site at ...
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Lincoln

city, seat (1853) of Logan county, central Illinois, U.S. It lies about 30 miles (50 km) northeast of Springfield. Founded in 1853, the city was ...
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Lincoln

city, capital and second largest city of Nebraska, U.S., and seat (1869) of Lancaster county, in the southeastern part of the state, about 60 miles ... [2 related articles]
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Lincoln

Barnett, Lincoln The Treasure of Our Tongue, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1964.
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Lincoln

[MBTA station] ==Station layout== Lincoln has an unusual configuration, largely unique on the system (though similar to Waltham). The station has two side platforms, both adjacent to the outbound track but on opposite sides of the Lincoln Road grade crossing. Outbound trains stop at the north platform, while inbound trains stop opposite the...
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Lincoln

Lincoln, county: see Lincolnshire.
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Lincoln

Lincoln, city (1991 pop. 79,980) and district, Lincolnshire, E England, in the Parts of Kesteven, on the Witham River. Located at the junction of the Roman Fosse Way and Ermine Street, the city is a center of road and rail transportation. Manufactures include heavy machinery, light-metal products, a...
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Lincoln

The Lincoln is the largest breed of English sheep. It has a lustrous and heavy fleece of very long wool. It has a white face and legs and no horns.
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Lincoln

The Avro Lincoln was a British four-engined heavy bomber developed from the Lancaster for use in the Far East during the Second World War. Modifications to the original Lancaster design included re-arming the Lincoln with 0.50 inch calibre guns - later models including two 20 mm cannons in the mid-upper turret - and increasing the dimensions to per...
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Lincoln

(UK) Industrial and cathedral city, administrative headquarters of Lincolnshire, England, situated on the River Witham, 210 km/130 mi north of London; population (2001) 85,600. Products include bricks, excavators, cranes, gas turbines, radios, vehicle components, cattle feed, matting, ...
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Lincoln

(USA) Industrial city and capital of Nebraska, 80 km/50 mi southwest of Omaha in the southeastern part of the state; seat of Lancaster County; population (2000 est) 225,600. It is the centre of a rich agricultural area; industries include processed food, railway rolling stock, ...
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Lincoln

[surveillance] Lincoln, manufactured by the company Pen-Link, Ltd., is a class of electronic data interception products—including both computer hardware and software packages—whose function is to extract and analyze internet traffic for mass surveillance purposes, such as those outlined under the Communications Assistance For Law Enforc...
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