- 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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Where Simmons is jocular in a kind of clever fratboy way, Lund is more refined in his language and more robust in his indignation.Forget the Wife Beating—Are You Ready for Some Football?
September 11, 2014
This time, however, the victim is still alive, and Lund is forced to confront her past mistakes.
In contrast, Gråbøl makes Lund achingly believable, with all the complexities and frailties of real life.
Lund loses her identity amid her doggedness to pursue the killer.‘The Killing’: How AMC’s Adaptation of ‘Forbrydelsen’ Went Wrong
May 14, 2012
In this receptive mood the traveller reaches Lund and an automobile.The Book of the National Parks
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Sergeant Lund nodded sagely, on receiving the application for the revolver.
“I always knew he was a gentleman,” said Sergeant Lund, authoritatively.
Rosalind had forgotten that Colonel Lund was, outside her own family, "the Colonel."
Colonel Lund was half-unconscious after a bad attack, and it was best not to disturb him.