Levin may refer to:

In people:

  • Levin (surname)
  • Levina (disambiguation)

In places:

  • Levin, New Zealand, a town in the southern North Island

In automobiles:

  • Toyota Corolla Levin
  • Toyota Levin

In business:

  • Levin (guitar company), a Swedish guitar manufacturer

In fiction:

  • Konstantin Dmitrievitch Levin, a character in Tolstoy's Anna Karenina
  • Levin (Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu), a playable character in Generation 1 in Sigurd's Tale in Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu

Other articles related to "levin":

Levin & Perconti
... Levin Perconti is a Chicago, Illinois law firm founded in 1992 ... Levin Perconti maintains seven legal blogs (blawgs) ...
List Of TED Speakers - L
... Mathieu Lehanneur demos science-inspired design (2009) Jaime Lerner Lawrence Lessig Golan Levin Golan Levin on software (as) art (2007) Golan Levin makes art that looks back at you (2009 ...
Susan Downey - Personal Life
... Susan Levin's first full-credit producer job was for the 2003 thriller Gothika, starring Halle Berry and Levin's future husband, actor Robert Downey, Jr ... has said that his most memorable recollection about shooting Gothika was "romancing the producer" Levin admitted to James Lipton on Inside the Actors ... of shooting because "he's an actor I have a real job" — and Downey proposed to Levin the night before her thirtieth birthday ...
Levin (guitar Company) - The Founding of Levin Instruments
... Herman Carlson Levin was born and raised in Åsaka Sweden at age 18 he attended carpentry school and later got an apprenticeship at a furniture maker in Gothenburg ... In August 1887 Levin moved to America and worked briefly as a carpenter before getting a job in 1888 at guitar manufacturer ... After a visit back in Sweden 1895 Levin realized the demand for instruments back home was high and that manufacturing of instruments back in Sweden could be profitable ...

Famous quotes containing the word levin:

    If tragedy elicits our compassion, comedy appeals to our self-interest. The former confronts life’s failures with noble fortitude, the latter seeks to circumvent them with shrewd nonchalance. The one leaves us momentarily in a mood of resignation, the other in a condition of euphoria.
    —Harry Levin (b. 1912)

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    —Jack Levin (b. 1941)