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noun Chiefly Scot.
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For a while Lin was one of my favorite young writers, almost (but not quite) in spite of his novels.
But Lin can also produce the feelings of existential wonder that all good novelists provoke.
Instead of debt forgiveness, Prof. Lin suggests making student loans like other types of loans: dischargeable in bankruptcy.Should Student Loan Debt be Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?|Justin Green|March 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lin acknowledged having seen many middle-aged female clients who come in yearning for a younger, fresher version of themselves.
Lin has led the customer review section with a five-star but hostile review of January 22 that was pages long.
Lin, in an adjoining room, heard him ask the child if she would miss her big "bruzzer" when he was gone.
For the first time since Lin came into the family the mother suspected her of dishonest practices.
The nail idea was Lin's and we must accord her some degree of originality.
But even in the midst of the joke she asked again in the same voice where was Lin McLean.Lin McLean|Owen Wister
Mother would have a new cooking stove; Lin declared daily that the old stove would not bake on the bottom.