linnet


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linnet

small songbird in the family Fringillidae. Called also Carduelis cannabina.
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The Linnets have an advantage that might help break into the multi-billion dollar sleep aid industry: they are the first to bring something like this to market.
Linnet Juul said the tax mechanism is very complex, involving tax rates on the percentage of fat used in making a product rather than the percentage that is in the end-product.
The Green Linnet catalog includes over 2,400 tracks from leading Celtic artists such as Niamh Parsons, Old Blind Dogs, Lunasa, Patrick Street, and Tannahill Weavers.
Founded over 30 years ago, the Green Linnet catalog includes over 2,400 tracks and has been the home of leading Celtic artists such as Niamh Parsons, Old Blind Dogs, Lunasa, Patrick Street, and Tannahill Weavers.
Linnet Way runs from Brockley Whins Metro Station to Marsden Grotto.
More than 900 linnet nests were monitored on ten farms by Mr Moorcroft at Oxford University.
Alliance spokeswoman Clare Christian said: "Species such as the linnet have suffered a fall in number of 56% on farmland between the 1960s and the 1990s.
Silver Linnet, who moved from the Quinlan brothers and was back from a 330-day lay-off, was tried in a visor instead of her usual headgear and tore her rivals apart from the front.
Founded over 30 years ago, Green Linnet has been the home to many Celtic artists worldwide, and includes over 200 recordings from artists including Niamh Parsons, Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill, Altan, Eileen Ivers, Cherish The Ladies, Kevin Burke, Old Blind Dogs, Patrick Street, and Tannahill Weavers.
However, the stewards decided the Australian had caused interference on neck winner Linnet.
The five mile Linnet Way, which links Marsden Grotto with Brockley Whins Metro Station in South Tyneside, is to get a new sign post and artistic bench.