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Lin·dau

(lin'dow),
Arvid, Swedish pathologist, 1892-1958. See: Lindau disease, Lindau tumor, von Hippel-Lindau syndrome.
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Stranraer's Mark Weir botched a clearance and Mark McNally sprayed the ball to Lindau on the left.
In-form Swede Peter Lindau looked lively and in 14 minutes he forced Bankies keeper David Wylie to dive low to save.
David McCallum took a cut back from Peter Lindau and slid his shot past from 12 yards before sub Jamie Smith blazed a shot over in the final minute.
The winning team will receive scientific equipment and a trip to Lindau, Germany, for a meeting of Nobel laureates in chemistry.
LINDAU, Germany -- The Nobel Laureate Meetings at Lindau: Economics takes place August 20, 2008 - August 23, 2008 at Congress Venue Inselhalle in Lindau.
With the goals coming in a second-half blitz from Alan Archibald, Derek Collins, Scott McLean and Peter Lindau - the final three arriving in a sizzling nine-minute spell.
Home keeper Colin Stewart was relieved to hear the referee whistle for a foul as he tangled with Thistle's Peter Lindau for a high ball in the six-yard box inside the first 45 seconds.
PETER LINDAU will play his last game tonight for PARTICK THISTLE - if he is fit.
One night last week, 34-year-old Teri Lindau of Los Feliz complained about the atmosphere.
15 Nobel Prizewinners for Economics and Peace Will Be Discussing the Implications of Globalisation for the Labour Markets at This Year's Laureate Meeting in Lindau from August 20th - 23rd
Cross-sector partnerships between the academic community, government and industry are crucial for driving innovative science from bench to everyday life, Mars, Incorporated said yesterday as part of its support for this year's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, dedicated to Physiology or Medicine.