[ lind ]
/ lɪnd /
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Robert Staugh·ton [stawt-n], /ˈstɔt n/, 1892–1970, and his wife Helen (Mer·rell) [mer-uhl], /ˈmɛr əl/, 1896–1982, U.S. sociologists.
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How to use Lynd in a sentence
Although she loves Bond, Lynd reveals herself as a double agent working against him, and later drowns.From Honey Ryder to Pussy Galore, the Evolution of the James Bond Girl|Anna Klassen|October 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With power and imagination Lynd Ward has illustrated the book with over eighty drawings in two colors.Mr. Wicker's Window|Carley Dawson
In consequence of this resemblance, we called this little tree the Bread tree of the Lynd.
We travelled about seven miles and a half, and crossed three good sized creeks, joining the Lynd from the north east.
The general course of the Lynd, from my last latitude to that of the 4th June, was north-west.
Creeks, probably of no great extent, joined the Lynd from the south side of all the hills we passed both yesterday and to-day.