Lynch

Lynch may refer to:

  • Lynching, also known as Lynch law, an extrajudicial execution carried out by a mob, often by hanging
  • Terrace (agriculture) (old English), a terrace, also called a "lynch"

Read more about Lynch:  People, Places, Other Uses

Other articles related to "lynch":

John Lynch (disambiguation) - Entertainment
... John Lynch (actor) (born 1961), actor from Northern Ireland Johnny Lynch, Scottish musician John Carroll Lynch (born 1963), American actor ...
John Lynch (disambiguation) - Academics and Clergy
... John Lynch (Dean of Canterbury) (1697–1760), Anglican priest John Lynch (historian) (born 1927), historian of the Spanish American revolutions John Lynch (linguis ...
John Lynch (disambiguation) - Other
... John Lynch (American football) (born 1971), former American football safety John Lynch (comics), Wildstorm Comics character John Lynch (radio), founder and president of Broadcast Company of the Americas John Lynch (G ...
Lynch - Other Uses
... Lynch ... Japanese rock band Lynch syndrome, a medical condition Lynch v ...
Barbara Lynch
... Barbara Lynch is a musician/singer/songwriter from Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... Lynch self-produced her second album, In the Nickelodeon ...

Famous quotes containing the word lynch:

    Johnson’s conversation was by much too strong for a person accustomed to obsequiousness and flattery; it was mustard in a young child’s mouth.
    —Hester Lynch Thrale (1739–1821)

    This whole world is wild at heart and weird on top.
    —David Lynch (b. 1947)

    A physician can sometimes parry the scythe of death, but has no power over the sand in the hourglass.
    —Hester Lynch Piozzi (1741–1821)