Lin or LIN may refer to:

  • LIN Media, an American television broadcasting group
  • Linate Airport, Milan, Italy
  • Lingala language, a Bantu language of central Africa
  • Liquid nitrogen
  • Local Interconnect Network, used by vehicle computers

Read more about LinPeople, Places

Other articles related to "lin":

Ma Lin (warlord)
... Ma Lin, ((simplified Chinese 马麟 traditional Chinese 馬麟 pinyin Mǎ Lín Wade–Giles Ma Lin 1873–January 26, 1945), chairman of the government of Qinghai (1931–38) brother of Ma Qi ...
Patty Lin
... Patty Lin is an American television screenwriter and producer ... She is a graduate of Cornell University Lin joined the crew of the first season of Breaking Bad in 2008 as a writer and producer ... Lin was personally nominated for the WGA award for best episodic drama for writing "Gray Matter" ...
China Strike Force - Cast
... as Coolio Mark Dacascos as Tony Lau Alexander Leehom Wang as Alex Cheung Ruby Lin as Ruby Lin Paul Chun as Sheriff Lin Lau Siu-Ming as Uncle Ma Ken Lo as Ken Jennifer Lin as Jennifer ... Leuong (Sheriff Lin's assistant) ...
Shaft (Marvel Comics) - Lin Sun
... Further reading Lin Sun on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Lin Sun at the Comic Book DB Lin Sun at the Grand Comics Database Lin Sun is a superhero in the ... Within the context of the stories, Lin Sun, along with Abe Brown and Bob Diamond, is one of the most skilled students attending the martial arts school run by sensei Master Kee ... draw away from Bob and became closer with Lin Sun ...
Lin - Places
... Lin, Korçë, village in Pogradec District, Albania Lin, Shkodër, village in Shkodër District, Albania Lin County, Henan, former name of Linzhou, city in Henan, China Lin ...

Famous quotes containing the word lin:

    Out then spak her father dear,
    And he spak meek and mild,
    And ever alas, sweet Janet, he says,
    I think thou gaes wi’ child.

    If that I gae wi’ child, father,
    Mysel maun bear the blame;
    There’s ne’er a laird about your ha’,
    Shall get the bairn’s name.
    —Unknown. Tam Lin (l. 53–60)