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Lyndon

[ lin-duhn ]

noun

  1. a male given name.


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Tesla first unveiled its solar roof in 2016 as part of a big bet on solar energy that included the acquisition of SolarCity, a company founded by Musk’s cousins Lyndon and Peter Rive.

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In 2009, Lee Daniels announced that he would direct Selma and that Liam Neeson would play President Lyndon Johnson.

Lobbyist Lloyd Hand, a former aide to Lyndon Johnson, flitted from conversation to conversation.

President Lyndon Johnson weighed in; national symposia of eminent men were held to discuss the issue.

Later, the issue of nuclear fear became critical to the 1964 presidential campaign of Lyndon Johnson.

A longtime confidant of and lawyer for Lyndon Johnson, Fortas remained a close advisor after joining the Court.

Some would have it that Barry Lyndon marks the close of this period of indecision and the beginning of that of maturity.

Mr. Lyndon was the architect of the villa itself, and his whimsical fancy came out in every detail.

"Palmer's Landing" was a less original building than Lyndon's but on a more accessible side of the lake.

The three sconce glasses which Captain Lyndon delivered to Mercer in 1748 were doubtless elegant answers to this requirement.

It is interesting to note that bricks, probably carried from England as ballast, were brought by Captain Lyndon.

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