Lindsay may refer to:

  • Clan Lindsay, a Scottish family clan
  • Lindsay (name), an English surname, and a surname derived from the Scottish clan name
  • Division of Lindsay, an electoral district in the Australian House of Representatives
  • Lindsay, California, USA
  • Lindsay, Nebraska, USA
  • Lindsay, Oklahoma, USA
  • Lindsay, Ontario, Canada
  • Lindsay, Cooke County, Texas, USA
  • Lindsay, Reeves County, Texas, USA

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List Of Tru Calling Characters - Lindsay Walker
... Lindsay Walker First appearance Pilot Last appearance Two Weddings and a Funeral Portrayed by A ... Cook Lindsay Walker is Tru's best friend in season one ... Lindsay and Harrison used to be together, but Lindsay broke it off, and married an old friend ...
Melvin Gibbs - Selected Discography - As Producer
... 2004 Salt (Arto Lindsay) 2002 Invoke (Arto Lindsay) 2001 The Anomaly (DJ Logic) 1999 Prize (Arto Lindsay) 1999 Project Logic (DJ Logic) ...
Sir Martin Lindsay, 1st Baronet - 1956-1964 - Suez Crisis and Length of Parliament's Debates
... Lindsay was one of the sponsors of a motion critical of the United States after the Suez Crisis. 1958 the House of Commons set up a Select Committee on the issue, with Lindsay criticising the continued denigration of Parliament by newspapers who were also damaging ... When the Parliamentary group on Egypt and Syria was formed in June 1960, Lindsay was appointed Chairman ...
Sir Martin Lindsay, 1st Baronet - Legacies and Divorce
... Lindsay indulged his interest in horse racing by becoming a racehorse breeder ... Lady Lindsay divorced her husband in 1967 on grounds of his desertion ... On 1 August 1969, Lindsay married Loelia, Duchess of Westminster, a former wife of the 2nd Duke of Westminster ...
Ted Lindsay (Australian Politician)
... Eamon John "Ted" Lindsay (born 19 December 1942) was an Australian politician ... Lindsay was defeated in the 1996 election by Liberal candidate Peter Lindsay the two are not related ...

Famous quotes containing the word lindsay:

    It breaks his heart that kings must murder still,
    That all his hours of travail here for men
    Seem yet in vain. And who will bring white peace
    That he may sleep upon his hill again?
    —Vachel Lindsay (1879–1931)

    The Moon’s the North Wind’s cooky,
    —Vachel Lindsay (1879–1931)

    But I’ll do my best a gude wife ay to be,
    For auld Robin Gray he is kind unto me.
    —Lady Anne Lindsay (1750–1825)