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Lund

/lʊnd/
noun
1.
a city in SE Sweden, northeast of Malmö: founded in about 1020 by the Danish King Canute; the archbishopric for all Scandinavia in the Middle Ages; university (1668). Pop: 101 427 (2004 est)
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  • In this receptive mood the traveller reaches lund and an automobile.

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  • Sergeant lund nodded sagely, on receiving the application for the revolver.

    Middy and Ensign G. Manville Fenn
  • “I always knew he was a gentleman,” said Sergeant lund, authoritatively.

    Middy and Ensign G. Manville Fenn
  • Rosalind had forgotten that Colonel lund was, outside her own family, "the Colonel."

    Somehow Good William de Morgan
  • Colonel lund was half-unconscious after a bad attack, and it was best not to disturb him.

    Somehow Good William de Morgan
  • lund came up after a while, and Rainey told him of the fate of Carlsen's body.

    A Man to His Mate J. Allan Dunn

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