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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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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.
Dormen's premium nuts, WeightWatchers snacks and crisps made under licence, own-label savoury snacks and specialist travel snacks from Lindum Foods will now be overseen by David Collard in the new position of divisional MD.
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.
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.
Mr Kebble is apparently keen to buy the Randfontein, Lindum, Freddev and Barnex gold mines and some mineral rights from JCI as the basis of a new gold mining company.
8 percent of HJ Joel, and 84 percent of Lindum Reefs), each of which are listed companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
They trail leaders Lindum seconds by a point but don't have a game on Saturday, while the Lincolnshire side are at home to Canalside Terriers.
It marks the start of a sixmonth construction project by Lindum Group.
Also flying the flag for our city are award-winning Birminghamborn landscape artist Alan Gardner and turf specialist Lindum who have collaborated on an inspirational new garden for the show.
Award-winning, Birmingham-born landscape artist Alan Gardner and leading turf specialist Lindum are jointly collaborating on an inspirational new garden for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.