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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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Lindum Group worked with project manager Coda Building Consultancy Ltd to complete the new units.
Andrew Jones is Lovell's new operations manager and joins the company from Lindum York DOUG JACKSON PHOTOGRAPHY
From around AD90 this became known as Lindum Colonia, a city full of stone houses, shops, temples and baths - a true model of Roman urbanism.
Mature gardens: Lindum House, Appletree Rise, Corbridge.
Lindum Wildflower is a mixture of wildflowers and grasses growing in a moisture retentive biodegradable felt which rolls out to provide an instant established green roof.
ROBERT CROFT rattled up 143 from just 148 balls as Glamorgan thrashed Lincolnshire by 110 runs at Lincoln Lindum in the C&G Trophy second round yesterday.
Deitz versus Michael Kasprowicz has graced Test theatres like the Adelaide Oval and Brisbane's Gabba, but Lincoln's Lindum ground on a charmless day was a world removed from those outings.
The turf, specially developed for racing, is being supplied by local firm Lindum of Thorganby.
The village also boasts the Lindum turf plant - the only one in Britain with the equipment needed for StrathAyr.
Having been beaten 4-2 at home by Boston Spa in their opening game of the new Division Two South East season, the Dragons notched their first victory beating Lindum 1-0 at Lockwood Park.