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A former Anglo-Saxon kingdom, now a division of Lincolnshire, England.
Origin: Lindesege, ultimately from linn (as in Lincoln) + Old English eg.
Lindsey was a unit of local government until 1974 in Lincolnshire, England, covering the northern part of the county. The Isle of Axholme, which is on the west side of the River Trent, has normally formed part of it. It originated with the Kingdom of Lindsey in Anglo-Saxon times, whose territories were merged with that of Stamford to form Lincolnshire.
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If Lindsey runs, the big winner in this is Rand Paul.
Lindsey Graham is probably the most knowledgeable person on the Hill as it relates to national security, military affairs and foreign policy.
I'm enjoying just kind of focusing on Lindsey Vonn right now, i've realized that I only have three, maybe more, but realistically three good years of racing left.
It's a shame the debate structure never let Lindsey have his real shot, his leadership on foreign policy is critical to the party, and it would've been important in the race.
What Lindsey did was truly phenomenal. I know what it’s like to celebrate your first win after a long injury, but I’m also very proud to have beaten her on her favorite terrain.
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