Definition of Lintier
1. linty [adj] - See also: linty
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lintier
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Literary usage of Lintier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1918)
"The morning of his death, Paul lintier wrote still : " The barber of die battery ... In die afternoon of die I5th of March, 1916, Paul lintier fell under a ..."
2. French Literature of the Great War by Albert Schinz (1920)
"One of the first of the diaries to appear was Paul lintier 's Avec une ... Paul lintier was born in 1893. He was therefore only 21 when he wrote Ma Piece. ..."
3. The Doctor's Part: What Happens to the Wounded in War by James Robb Church (1918)
"For some hours past large shells have been dropping by threes, marking with the punctuation of their black * "Ma Piece" By Paul lintier. ..."
4. The English Journal by National Council of Teachers of English (1919)
"lintier, Paul, My 75 Reminiscences of a French gunner of a 75-mm. battery. MacGill, Patrick, The Brown ..."
5. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1917)
"the French of Paul lintier. London: W. Heinemann [1917,. 4 pl, 311(1) p. 12°. (Soldiers' tales of the great war. no. 12. ..."