LINT


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AcronymDefinition
LINTLincoln Interagency Narcotics Team (est. 1991; Oregon)
LINTLondon Invitational No-Tap (bowling tournament; Canada)
LINTLeichter Innovativer Nahverkehrs Triebzug (German train)
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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.
Todd, laying down the probe with the air of a man who had assumed it merely in compliance with forms; and, turning to Richard, he fingered the lint with the appearance of great care and foresight.
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.
I looked at the mahogany instrument case, and at the huge roll of lint, occupying places of their own on the book-shelves, and shuddered inwardly as I thought of the sounds, familiar and appropriate to the everyday use of Ezra Jennings' room.
As the current season (2017-18) is coming to an end, lint stocks with ginners are dwindling fast owing to increased demand.
The Lint Center is pleased to create The McGaughey Family Scholarship through the generous donation of CW2 Douglas M.
Three stadium-sized screens form the backdrop to a 60ft-wide stage and all the animation and graphics on the screens are being produced by Phil and Stuart at Blue Lint.
Asim said lint was not fetching the price as per their expectations and putting the ginners in troubles.
According to FAO (2013), China is the world leader in cotton lint production with 6,298,989 tons, followed by India (6,020,000 tons) and the USA (2,842,000 tons).
The major lint producers in developing countries especially Pakistan are finding it difficult to capitalize on cost and international price competition as the United States has allocated more than $600 billion for subsidies on agriculture commodities mostly for cotton growers.