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Ivan Lins

Ivan Guimarães Lins (born June 16, 1945) is a Ivan Lins (November 2007).Latin Grammy -winning Brazilian musician. He has been an active performer and songwriter of Brazilian popular music (MPB) and Brazilian popular music (MPB)jazz for over 30 years. His first hit, "Madalena", was recorded by Brazilian popular music (MPB)jazzElis Regina in 1970. Beyond his own performance of his compositions, Simone is a notable and respected interpreter. His 1989 hit song "Love Dance" is one of the most... read more

Lucinha Lins

Lúcia Maria Werner Vianna Lins (born March 9, 1953), better known as Lucinha Lins, is a Brazilian actress and singer.==Career==Lucinha became first known by the public in the 1979 Rede Globo series ''Plantão de Polícia'', pioneer in issues such as homosexuality and drug traffic on the Brazilian television. Two years later, she became recognized as a singer, after she won the Shell Music Festival performing Jerônimo Jardim's "Purpurina".In 1980 she duetted with Rio superstar Jorge Ben on the track... read more


==People==The surname Lins (and Linse) occurs also in German-speaking countries. read more

Edwin Lins

Edwin Lins (born 9 March 1963) is an Austrian former wrestler who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics and in the 1988 Summer Olympics.==References==Category:Wrestlers at the 1984 Summer OlympicsCategory:Wrestlers at the 1988 Summer Olympics read more

Rico Lins

Rico Lins (born 19 September 1955 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian graphic designer, art director, illustrator and teacher.==Education==He graduated in industrial design from the ESDI in 1976 and received his Diplome d’Études Approfondies in the Arts from Université de Paris viii, in 1981. In 1987, he obtained the title of Master of Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. ==Career==A former teacher at the School of Visual Arts in New York, he coordinated and currently teaches on the Master’s... read more

John Lins

John Lins was a member of the Wisconsin State Senate and the Wisconsin State Assembly.==Biography==Lins was born on October 3, 1840 in what is nowGermany. He moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1857. Later, he moved to Eagle, Wisconsin. During the American Civil War, Lins served with the 5th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Battles he took part in include the Battle of Lee's Mill, the Battle of Williamsburg, the Battle of Savage's Station, the Battle of White Oak Swamp, the Battle of Malvern Hill,... read more

Philipe Lins

Luiz Philipe Lins (born August 17, 1985) is a Brazilian mixed martial artist, who competes in the Light Heavyweight division. He currently trains at the Nova União/Kimura and fights for Bellator MMA. ===Early career===Lins made his professional MMA debut in August 2005. For the first eight years of his career he fought exclusively in his native Brazil although he did take an extended break from MMA competition from 2006-2011. He remained undefeated during his time in Brazil, earning a record of... read more

Luizianne Lins

Luizianne de Oliveira Lins (born November 18, 1968) is a Brazilian journalist. politician and former mayor of Fortaleza. She was Fortaleza's second female mayor. She is affiliated with the Workers' Party, and since 1989 she has been a socialist and a feminist. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the Federal University of Ceará. In 2004, she was elected mayor of Fortaleza. The leadership of the Workers' Party backed the PCdoB candidate, because of its national strategy. Nevertheless, she... read more

Paulo Lins

Paulo Lins (born 1958, Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian author.Lins grew up in Rio de Janeiro and at the age of seven moved to the Cidade de Deus favela. He escaped the cycle of violence to become a successful writer. He published his novel ''City of God'' in 1997, which was adapted into the 2002 film ''City of God''.==References==Category:People associated with Federal University of Rio de Janeiro read more

Osman Lins

Osman Lins (July 5, 1924, Vitória de Santo Antão, Pernambuco, Brazil – July 8, 1978, São Paulo, Brazil) was a Brazilian novelist and short story writer. He is considered to be one of the leading innovators of Brazilian literature in the mid 20th century. He graduated from the University of Recife in 1946 with a degree in economics and finance, and held a position as bank clerk from 1943 until 1970. From 1970 to 1976 he taught literature. His first novel, ''0 Visitante'' ("The Visitor"),... read more

Dani Lins

Danielle Rodrigues Lins, better known as Dani Lins (born January 5, 1985), is a volleyball player from Brazil, who plays as a setter. She represented her country at the FIVB World Grand Prix 2009 in Tokyo, Japan, where they won the gold medal. In 2012, she became an Olympic champion at the 2012 Summer Olympics.==Career==Born in Recife, Dani Lins defended for Finasa/Osasco from 2003 to 2005, moving to Pinheiros/Blue Life for the 2005-06 season, then joining Unilever in 2006.Lins won the bronze medal... read more

Lins Airport

Gov. Lucas Nogueira Garcez Airport is the airport serving Lins, Brazil.==History==In 2013 the administration of the airport was transferred to the Municipality of Lins. Previously it was administrated by DAESP.The airport is dedicated to general aviation.==Airlines and destinations==No scheduled flights operate at this airport.==Access==The airport is located from downtown Lins. read more

Lins, São Paulo

Lins is a municipality in the western part of the state of São Paulo in São PauloBrazil . The population is 76,092 (2015 est.) in an area of 570 km². The elevation is 437 m. Distance is 455 km from the capital, São PauloBrazilSão Paulo .==History==The town was founded in the beginning of the 20th century, at first with the name of ''Santo Antônio do Campestre'', and grew after the arrival of the '' São PauloBrazilSão PauloEstrada de Ferro Noroeste do Brasil '' (The Northwest... read more

Lins de Vasconcelos

Lins de Vasconcelos is a neighborhood in the North Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Category:Neighbourhoods in Rio de Janeiro (city) read more

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