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Lynch

(linch),
Henry T., 20th-century U.S. oncologist. See: Lynch syndrome.
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Since she was 5 years old, she always wanted to be a physician and missionary, and now, at 33, she is, Lynch told the kids.
In this version Sue Griggs must leave her home and walk to the White church since she is seeking to enlist the help of (White) Judge Manning in rescuing her grandson from a lynch mob.
Why was Nicholas Romey in police custody in the first place and what could have been so egregious about his alleged offense that it prompted a private mob to snatch him from jail, circumvent state authority and lynch him?
Even when a crime had been committed, lynch mobs often didn't wait for a suspect to be arrested, much less convicted.
From his earliest years as a priest, Lynch had been interested in the working man and his problems and now, with a bishop's authority, he began to conceive of ways which would permit laymen to organize.
Whatever you call it, Peter Lynch understands that this need is ours and we must do with it what we can.
Until now, most comment on Lynch has focused on one of his books, usually Christ and Apollo: The Dimensions of the Literary Imagination (1960) or Images of Hope: Imagination as Healer of the Hopeless (1965), both of which went into several subsequent editions.
But memetics, at least on the popular level presented by Lynch, is far from the kind of quantitative exactitude that computer models need.
Seniors from 42 New York City Department for the Aging centers will be arriving at Merrill Lynch World Headquarters at the World Financial Center (225 Liberty Street) between 8 a.
The Merrill Lynch Equity Volatility Arbitrage Index seeks to replicate the returns of an S&P 500 volatility arbitrage strategy employed by many actively managed hedge funds.
What makes ``Mulholland Drive'' such a stunning achievement is that Lynch has found a way to take his themes of alienation, voyeurism and claustrophobia, filter them through his freaky imagination and still come up with a story that not only resonates deeply, but also fills in most of the blanks of logic.