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  Lundy
Lundy is part of Great Britain and is about 3 miles by 1/2 mile in size.
Harman, owner of the UK island of Lundy in the early decades of the 20th century issued private coinage and postage stamps for local use.
Lundy's name is derived from the Norse lunde for the puffin birds which nest on the island.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/lu/Lundy.html   (205 words)

  
 Old-Time Fiddlers Hall of Fame - Emmett Lundy
Emmett Lundy was born in Grayson County, Virginia on May 9, 1864, one of nine children of Churchwell and Caroline Ward Lundy.
Lundy was primarily a farmer, but helped support his large family of 14 by flsmithing, repairing watches and pulling teeth.
Lundy held the fiddle under his chin, grasped the bow near the end or frog, and used all four fingers of the left hand in noting (as opposed to what he pejoratively referred two as "three-fingered fiddling").
www.oldtimemusic.com /FHOFLundy.html   (1661 words)

  
 Lundy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lundy is an island in the Bristol Channel, administered as part of Torridge district of the English county of Devon.
Lundy was seized by the Royal forces and Marisco was hanged, drawn and quartered.
Lundy is also used as a site for scientific research, and the south end of the island is operated as a farm.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lundy   (2313 words)

  
 NFL.com - Prospect Profiles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lundy is a big, strong running back with the playing strength to keep his feet vs. hard hits, break tackles and gain yards after contact when he runs aggressively.
Lundy shows toughness running with the ball at times, but it's a concern that he does not attack the line of scrimmage aggressively every time he can't find a hole.
Lundy is a smart running back who consistently looks comfortable staying in the backfield and pass blocking blitzing linebackers.
www.nfl.com /draft/profiles/2006/lundy_wali   (1142 words)

  
 Lundy Island - Visiting, Marisco Castle, MS Oldenburg, Puffins, Environment, Geology, Events, Postage Stamps
Lundy is owned by the National Trust and leased to the Landmark Trust who promote the island as a peaceful holiday stay.
Lundy is renowned for its large population of puffins - the name 'Lundy' is in fact the Norse word for puffin.
Lundy has a famous grey seal population and is home to fulmars, kittiwakes, peregrines and manx shearwaters which breed on the island.
elmscott.freeservers.com /lundy.html   (735 words)

  
 Lundy Island
lundy lies off the coast of north devon, where the atlantic ocean meets the bristol channel with nothing between it and america, a granite outcrop, three and a half miles long and half a mile wide.
the history of lundy stretches back to the neolithic period and is peppered with tales of vikings, pirates and intrigue.
lundy liegt vor der nordküste devons, wo der atlantik und der kanal von bristol ineinander fließen und es ist nichts zwischen der insel und amerika.
members.aon.at /vschwarz/lundyisland.htm   (414 words)

  
 Pete Robsons Lundy Island Site
Lundy was one of the last royalist bastions to fall: any advantage in gaining it, from a parliamentary perspective, was surely not worth the risks involved.
Of course, she made it so far as Lundy, where the goods were carefully unloaded and the ship was sent on her way, to be set on fire and scuttled some 10 miles west of the Island.
However, their hold on Lundy, such as it was, was for a very brief time, and they left no lasting mark on the Island: there are stories of a treasure hidden on the Island, although of course no clues to its whereabouts.
www.lundypete.com /history.htm   (1533 words)

  
 Lundy Brothers - Brooklyn, NY
Lundy’s is a block-long banquet hall that has served generations of prom kids, wedding parties, splurging commoners from Brighton Beach, and rich families from Manhattan Beach.
Lundy’s chowder is available two ways: Brooklyn-style, which is very much like what is elsewhere called Manhattan-style, meaning tomato-red, and New England-style (known here as clam bisque), which is white.
The former is the stuff of legend, a longtime Lundy’s standard, but we actually prefer the cream-smooth potato-rich bisque, which is deeply ocean-flavored, chockful of clams with just a whiff of onions.
www.roadfood.com /Reviews/Writeup.aspx?ReviewID=540&RefID=540   (468 words)

  
 Lundy
Lundy was flying an A1E aircraft on a medical evacuation escort mission over a heavily defended communist controlled valley in Laos when he began having mechanical problems.
Kathy Lundy, the daughter-in-law of Major Lundy, said the Pentagon's copy of the magazine and conclusion "raises more questions." She said that quick research done on behalf of the families by contacts in Moscow found that Soviet Union magazine was published in 22 languages but not in Khmer.
Lundy was correct in her findings but explained the discrepancy by saying that not all regional editions of the magazine were identical.
www.usvetdsp.com /lundy.htm   (2329 words)

  
 Dick Lundy | BaseballLibrary.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lundy was one of the top shortstops in Negro League history, a great star and showman respected for his quiet professionalism, leadership qualities, and ability to perform suberbly under pressure.
Lundy joined the Baltimore Black Sox in 1929 and became part of their "million-dollar infield" with Oliver Marcelle, Frank Warfield, and Jud Wilson.
Lundy played eight years in the Cuban Winter League, compiling a.341 average; he led the league in stolen bases in 1924.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/L/Lundy_Dick.stm   (270 words)

  
 The Lundy Field Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lundy is strategically located on the migration routes and bird ringing has been conducted on Lundy for many years.
Lundy is mostly granite and recent research has suggested that the island is formed from the remnants of a volcano.
Lundy is inhabited by an unusual range of animals and plants including a unique species, the Lundy Cabbage.
www.lundy.org.uk /lfs   (316 words)

  
 Lundy - California Ghost Town
Lundy was a thriving town in its day with all the expected establishments; saloons, boarding houses, hotels and even a Chinatown.
Remains of the Lundy hydroelectric powerplant penstock pipeline that collected water high up the mountainside and carried it down the mountainside to a giant Pelton Wheel generator.
Remains of the Lundy Reduction Works, situated at the end of "Chicago Avenue" of the former village of Lundy.
www.ghosttowns.com /states/ca/lundy.html   (508 words)

  
 LundyBancroft.Com
Lundy Bancroft is an author, trainer, counselor, and activist on issues of abuse and recovery.
Lundy's first book The Batterer as Parent: Addressing the Impact of Domestic Violence on Family Dynamics (co-authored by Dr. Jay G. Silverman of the Harvard School of Public Health) was published in 2002 by Sage Publications.
Lundy was part of a human rights research project, the Battered Mothers Testimony Project, that documented and publicized the institutional mistreatment of abused women and their children through custody and visitation litigation after they have left the abuser.
www.lundybancroft.com   (582 words)

  
 GENUKI/Devon: Lundy - Genealogy
Peskett tentatively allocates Lundy to Hartland Hundred, the Archdeaconry of Barnstaple, and the Diocese of Exeter, but states that its civil status was vague until the 20th century.
Lundy was omitted from the 1837 registration legislation - 36 births (1865-9) are recorded in PRO RG35/20, and one death in RG 35/20.
Powick, F.M. The murder of Henry Clement and the pirates of Lundy.
genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk /DEV/LundyIsland   (947 words)

  
 Benjamin Lundy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He traveled widely seeking to limit the expansion of slavery, and in seeking to establish a colony to which freed slaves might be located, outside of the United States.
Lundy was born in Warren County, New Jersey.
Garrison was imprisoned, and Lundy moved the paper to Washington, D.C., where it failed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Benjamin_Lundy   (472 words)

  
 Lundy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Robert Lundy was made governor of the city of Londonderry in 1688 just after the Great Siege was started.
Lundy led a force of between 7,000 and 10,000 Protestant soldiers at the river crossings near Lifford and Clady but was heavily defeated by the French General Rosen and retreated in disgrace to Londonderry.
Whatever the truth is Lundy is reviled by the Protestants of Londonderry to this day, and even now an effigy of this traitor is burned each year at the celebrations held in the city.
www.geocities.com /graham_f5_uk/lundy.htm   (285 words)

  
 Albro Lundy, Jr., Major, United States Air Force
For the Lundy family, the April 7 full-honors funeral officially closed the file on their long, painful odyssey in search of the truth about husband, brother and father -- a journey laced with high hopes and leavened with false leads and dead ends.
Although the Lundy family chose not to do media interviews during their visit to ANC and the Washington area, the below summary of Major Lundy's saga has been compiled from several legitimate sources, official and unofficial.
Just as it seemed the Lundy family was on the brink of writing finis and closing the books on their kinsman's fate, the U.S. Army Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii was unable to positively confirm the "bone fragments" as Major Lundy's.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /albro-lundy-jr.htm   (2086 words)

  
 Benjamin Lundy's Resume - for HST 303 - By Kathy Dykhouse - November 15, 2001
Benjamin Lundy was a quaker abolitionist who started his own anti-slavery newspaper in the north, entitled "The Genius of Universal Emanicpation." His hatred of slavery would fulfill his life and his work until his death in 1839.
Benjamin Lundy is considered important to American history not only for his printing of the "Genius," but also for his role in bringing William Lloyd Garrison on board to the abolitionist movement.
However, they differed in their approach to the issue: Lundy advocated a pragmatic, gradual dismantling of the slave system (influenced by his Quaker upbringing); Garrison called for immediate emancipation.
www.msu.edu /~dykhous2/BenLundy.html   (237 words)

  
 Lundy Birds - sightings of rarities, migrants and breeding species
Lying astride the mouth of the Bristol Channel, Lundy has long proved to be a magnet for migrating birds, with a long list of major rarities to its name, and is nationally important for its breeding seabirds.
The island is perhaps best known by birdwatchers for it’s rare vagrants, however, news of their arrival is often slow to reach the mainland and relies on the relatively few visiting birders reporting their sightings to bird information lines.
The annual bird report published by the Lundy Field Society provides an overview and permanent record, but is not a ‘news’ service as such.
www.lundybirds.co.uk   (161 words)

  
 Lundy, Walter A.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The majority of the correspondents support Lundy and Shipp for their position on segregation while others who do not favor the editors' proposals, decry efforts by Harris and the University of Georgia to proscribe the newspaper's control over its editorial content.
Similarly, the struggle by Lundy and Shipp to preserve their right of free speech and a free press also resonated strongly throughout the South and the Nation.
Lundy's time here coincided with the escalation of oil prices and it was evident to him that the combination of drastic economic change and political instability would lead to instability in Iran.
www.libs.uga.edu /russell/collections/lundy.html   (1259 words)

  
 Walker Lundy’s new task: ‘Work some magic in Philly’ - communigator - Spring 2002
Lundy is in the hot seat right now as editor and executive vice president of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Lundy argued persuasively that such a move would cripple the newspaper in its competition with the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the corporation backed off a bit.
Lundy was brought in to head a paper twice the size of the Pioneer Press and with the whole media world waiting to see if his magic wand works in a different Zip Code.
www.jou.ufl.edu /Pubs/communigator/spring2002/Lundy.htm   (589 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Lundy's: Reminiscences and Recipes from Brooklyn's Legendary Restaurant: Books: Robert Cornfield   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lundy's diners past and present share their memories of the grand occasion of eating there, and Kathy Gunst's recipes allow cooks to reproduce the nostaligc seafood chowders and bisques, entrees from land and sea, sides such as creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings, and those fabulous Lundy's desserts: Blueberry pie, cheesecake and rice pudding.
Lundy's was an immense establishment, seating 2,800 patrons in its heyday, but the enormousness of the space was second to its food.
Lundy's was, for the mostly immigrant population of Brooklyn, New York, the pinnacle of the American experience: plenty, and plenty of it.
www.amazon.com /Lundys-Reminiscences-Brooklyns-Legendary-Restaurant/dp/0060187417   (1794 words)

  
 POW/MIA LUNDY
According to the Air Force, Major Lundy was "probably out of the aircraft at the time", and resolution of this incident was "probable" because the incident occurred within five kilometers of a settlement and the terrain allowed reasonable access and enemy personnel were known to be close.
The Lundy family was told, in both the telegram and official condolence letter, that Major Lundy did not leave the aircraft and that he "died instantly as a result of the aircraft crash."
Meanwhile the Lundy family waits for Freedom of Information Act requests to be processed requesting all copies of the government photo analysis, and for the FBI analysis on the photo to be completed almost two years after the United States Government had possession of the photo.
www.angelfire.com /pa/POWStuff/Lundy.html   (1174 words)

  
 Lundy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lundy has been the site of over a hundred shipwrecks over the years and our crossing led us to understand why.
As the island emerged from the gloomy mist we were all very relieved to think that journey’s end was nigh, none more so than Steve Prior who had spent the whole two hours horizontal, occasionally adding to the contents of a bag he was clutching in his hand.
It quickly began to emerge that on the whole the cliffs on Lundy are not in themselves very big or very grand – but their situation and the awkwardness of the approaches definitely give an adventurous feel to the place.
www.evmc.co.uk /html/lundy.htm   (1822 words)

  
 Lundy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lundy is an island in the Bristol Channel off the west coast of Britain (Map).
The island itself is mostly granite with a farmed area at the south and open moorland to the north, protected by numerous environmental designations.
2006 is the 60th anniversary of the Lundy Field Society and, to celebrate, a symposium has been organised for Saturday 23 September at Exeter University.
www.lundy.org.uk   (188 words)

  
 Lundy Services, Inc. Home Page
Lundy Services, Inc. has served the Dallas / Fort Worth commercial construction industry since 1988.
As a leader in the drywall, acoustical, and millwork business, Lundy Services has a proven track record of performance.
Lundy Services has grown over the years into one of Dallas / Fort Worth's largest sub-contractors providing commercial interior construction and custom architectural millwork.
www.lundy-services.com /index.html   (157 words)

  
 THE LUNDY GROUP ,INC.
Lundy was founded in 1986 and is composed of individuals with direct hands-on experience in leasing, managing, developing, purchasing, owning and selling all types of commercial real estate.
Lundy is committed to achieving excellence in every assignment it undertakes for its clients.
Please contact The Lundy Group, Inc. at info@lundygroup.com if you would like more information about our services or if you'd like to send us information about a property you are listing.
www.lundygroup.com /company_info.html   (246 words)

  
 Lundy Island, from Lundy, Isle of Avalon by Mystic Realms
Lundy Island, from Lundy, Isle of Avalon by Mystic Realms
Lundy island stands in the mouth of the Bristol Channel, thirteen miles NNW of Hartland Point on the North Devon coast and thirty two mile SSE of St.Govan's Head on the Welsh coast.
Local traditions link the spring water on Lundy with the springs on Dartmoor by means of underground, and indeed undersea, tunnels.
www.lundyisleofavalon.co.uk /lundy/index.htm   (271 words)

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