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Lincoln

an English longwool breed of polled, meat sheep, used as a base for new meat breeds.
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He called for the lady's maid, and roared for the doctor; and then, rushing into the yard, kicked the two Lincoln greens who were the most used to it, and cursing the others all round, bade them go--but never mind where.
He thought about a great many things--about his present troubles and past days of bachelorship, and about the Lincoln greens, long since dispersed up and down the country, no one knew whither: with the exception of two who had been unfortunately beheaded, and four who had killed themselves with drinking.
In addition to the typically frigid winter weather, the town's paper mill, Lincoln Pulp and Paper, had shut down on January 23, leaving hundreds of people out of work.
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Perhaps it is best to say that Lind, though not an established Lincoln scholar, has provided a scholarly work on the subject, one that makes use of a wide repertoire of primary and secondary sources, a work that both synthesizes previous interpretations and provides the author's own argument.
So, I am compelled to suggest that if you were tempted to answer yes to even one of those questions, you purchase The Real Lincoln.
In the immense popular legend that Lincoln has become, and in the endless outpouring of books, his life story and his personality often seem to upstage and obscure the "political" accomplishment that made his life story worth telling and his personality worth examining.
Tripp's controversial biography, ``The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln,'' argued principally that the man who freed the slaves was gay.
However, in two "State of the Union" addresses, and in the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln did call for the deportation of Blacks and on another occasions called for their colonization.
Lincoln and was summoned to appear at the President's house on the first day of his term.
Lincoln was running his established scrap business in Erie when a number of factors came together that would jointly serve as the incentive to launch National Recycling.