LINT


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LINTLincoln Interagency Narcotics Team (est. 1991; Oregon)
LINTLondon Invitational No-Tap (bowling tournament; Canada)
LINTLeichter Innovativer Nahverkehrs Triebzug (German train)
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Remarkable, thou wilt please to provide linen for lint and bandages.”
Jones, without moving a muscle, said: “Here, Squire Jones, you are well acquainted with these things; will you please to scrape the lint? It should be fine and soft, you know, my dear sir; and be cautious that no cotton gets in, or it may p’izen the wound.
The duelists sat down; a student official stepped forward, examined the wounded head and touched the place with a sponge once or twice; the surgeon came and turned back the hair from the wound-- and revealed a crimson gash two or three inches long, and proceeded to bind an oval piece of leather and a bunch of lint over it; the tally-keeper stepped up and tallied one for the opposition in his book.
They were allowed to rest a moment, every little while; they got other rests by wounding each other, for then they could sit down while the doctor applied the lint and bandages.
The nurse was busy collecting some medicine bottles and fragments of lint. She looked at them in surprise.
There was something touching which went to the soul, in the care with which Servin lifted the lint and touched the lacerated flesh, while the face of the wounded man, though pale and sickly, expressed, as he looked at the girl, more pleasure than suffering.
Ask his lackey how often he has had to prepare lint of him."
An ambulance orderly appeared with a huge basket full of lint rolls, provided by the forethought of the Queen for such as might need them later on.
When Table 1 was considered, null hypothesis of the unit root was accepted for amount of production, cultivated area and yield of cotton lint. This means that the variables were non-stationary.
The cotton bolls that are still not open should be spread at a place and exposed to the sunlight to get more lint after the last picking.
Lint is experienced handling matters involving foreclosure and bankruptcy, complex commercial litigation, and insurance defense.
He said long staple lint fetches 8090 cents per pound.