- Robert Staugh·ton [stawt-n] /ˈstɔt n/, 1892–1970, and his wife Helen (Mer·rell) [mer-uh l] /ˈmɛr əl/, 1896–1982, U.S. sociologists.
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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
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The Lynd was followed to its junction with the Mitchell in latitude 16 deg.Early Days in North Queensland
They found other good-sized creeks, but no Lynd, nor did they ever see it.
One of the huts was storied, like those I noticed on the banks of the Lynd.Journal of an Overland Expedition in Australia
They afterwards found that, owing to an error in the map they had with them, the Lynd was placed 30 miles out of position.
Whether my friend Lynd walked back to Henderson or not, I never certainly ascertained.The History of Minnesota and Tales of the Frontier
Charles E. Flandrau