[ UK /ɹˈɛn/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛn/ ]
  1. English architect who designed more than fifty London churches (1632-1723)
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  • Just before Chiswick Bridge he suddenly wrenched the wheel round to the right. Times, Sunday Times
  • Already the banks of the St. Lawrence below Quebec were laid out in seigniories, and the farms were tolerably well cultivated. The Rise of Canada, from Barbarism to Wealth and Civilisation Volume 1
  • Lawrence Pietroni has created two uniquely alluring charactersRuby and Isaand spins a story that feels mythical or folkloric, that is driven by a mystery, throbs with tension, and ends in conflagration. Ruby's Spoon: Summary and book reviews of Ruby's Spoon by Anna Lawrence Pietroni.
  • Lawrence survived a devastating accident at work with months of painful recovery in the hospital and at home.
  • The following year police raided an exhibition of Lawrence's paintings and seized every canvas on which they could descry any wisp of pubic hair.
  • The congested, hypertense crossing point of the River Jordan, between Jordan "proper" and the Israeli-held West Bank, is to this day known as the Allenby Bridge, after T.E. Lawrence's commander. The Perils of Partition
  • High jinks and fast-moving action prove another winning combination for Bad Boy cops Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in this long-awaited sequel.
  • The tip of his lance got caught by the serrations of her sword, and he wrenched it out of her grasp, thinking he had won.
  • According to Lawrence Will, ‘floods and freezes, wild hogs and coons, muck fires, gnats and mosquitoes, slow transportation and greedy New York buyers, all these discouraged many.’
  • Her eyes missed nothing; her dainty close-set ears heard all -- the short, dry note of a chewink, the sweet, wholesome song of the cardinal, the thrilling cries of native jays and woodpeckers, the heavenly outpoured melody of the Florida wren, perched on some tiptop stem, throat swelling under the long, delicate, upturned bill. The Firing Line
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