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  1. a female given name: from a Spanish word meaning “pretty.”

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Fern lost her husband, and the film features real-life nomads Linda May, Swankie and Bob Wells, mentors and friends who help Fern find meaning in transience.

“Linda grew up as a musician in a musical family,” said her husband and fellow actor, Cecil Thompson.

He told Leszkowicz about the foundation the Laughlin family launched after his wife, Linda, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of endometrial cancer in 2018, which led to talk of collaborating on a beer.

A few weeks later, Astro Lab co-founder Emma Whelan invited Laughlin, his wife Linda and their daughter, Courtney, into the brewery for a tour and tasting.

A onetime bad boy—the quality that drew Linda to him in the first place—he has a criminal record for a long-ago infraction that, it’s suggested, wasn’t really his fault.

From Time

The problem, says UC Davis physiologist and nutritionist Linda Bacon, is that very few people can lose weight and keep it off.

Linda Greenhouse, the longtime Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, declared surrender Thursday.

Both Linda Perilstein, executive director of Cradle of Hope, and Leslie Case of Spence-Chapin, both declined to comment.

CNN posted a video of UPD Chief of Police Linda Stump addressing the issue.

Thankfully, Linda was not injured and the assailant, a white male, was arrested.

The galling part of it was that Aunt Linda knew, and was chuckling, so to speak, over my discomfiture.

There is also the Michatoya which is navigable for small boats to its confluence with the Maria Linda.

After a few years he went to Vienna, where his "Linda di Chamounix," sung in 1842, achieved an immense success.

"I harnessed him to the wagonette with Linda," returned the Centaur, with an angry look at the listening Valentina.

Sometimes her mouth seems too tender, but, taking her all round, Linda is a fine creature.