LIIN

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LIINLocal Item Identification Number (procurement/supply)
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Eighteen strongholds had place-lore narratives with the concept liin: these described an intention to build a town/fort, the ruins of a town/fort, or a town/fort that had sunk underground.
Kate Thomas, prosecuting, said Osman, aged 23, of no fixed abode, Liin, aged 37, of The Barley Lea, Stoke Aldermoor, and Ahmed, aged 20, of Mercia House, Hillfields, had spent the evening in the Brewer & Baker pub, in East Street, Hillfields.
nocka, nacka 'spitzer Gipfel, Ende usw.' (SKES 396-397); das im Niederdeutschen fur die Flachsriste stehende knucke, knocke (Liin 1958 : 328-329).
(16) Aleksander Elango jargi ei kujunenud eesti rahvuslikul arkamisliikumisel terviklikku, tapselt sonastatud ja uhtset hariduspoliitilist voi pedagoogilist programmi, (17) mis aga ei tahenda, et sellel uldse puudusid pusivad seisukohad ning eestlaste emantsipatsiooni taotlev liin. Igatahes olid eestlased oma kitsaste voimaluste piirides--aga riikliku suuna ja balti ruutelkondade tegevuse korval ikkagi margatava kolmanda faktorina--haridusareenile ilmunud.
Burban Abi Liin, aged 34, of Station Street East, Foleshill, Coventry, using or threatening unlawful violence, conditional discharge for six months.
Tema viimane sotsioloogiline romaan "Vene tragoodia" (2005) ilmus kirjastuse Eksmo seerias "Kuum liin" poliitilise bestsellerina ja palvis autori rahvusvahelise tuntuse tottu laialdast tahelepanu.
The vocabulary shared by South Estonian and Salaca Livonian includes a large number of words that can be found in Courland Livonian as well and are, thus, characteristic of Livonian as a whole, for example, the base words hahk 'grey', hahn 'woodpecker', kikas 'rooster', koiv 'birch', liin 'hill fort; town' (Sal Kur nin), nakkama 'to begin', peesitama 'to warm', tolv 'club', vahkrema 'to toss and turn' (cf.