Lawrence


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Law·rence

(law'rents),
Robert D., English physician, 1892-1968. See: Lawrence-Seip syndrome.

Law·rence

Ernest Orlando, U.S. physicist and Nobel laureate, 1901-1958. See: lawrencium.
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Lawrence currently has several projects in the works and her supporters can expect to see the 27-year-old film star in at least one other movie in 2018 after "Red Sparrow" hits theaters in March.
Leavis argued that the tales "constitute a body of creative work of such an order as would of itself put Lawrence among the great writers.
As a Houlihan Lawrence affiliate, Kelly Associates will operate as Houlihan Lawrence, providing its team of nearly 80 agents and their clients access to the Houlihan Lawrence marketing platform.
Lawrence as a Military Thinker: Amateur Among Professionals
Finally, it delves into the psyche of Lawrence in a way previous authors have not attempted.
One day while out sightseeing Lawrence was asked by a young woman and her mother to buy a flag for the Red Cross.
T E Lawrence was by any standards, remarkable - from the circumstances of his birth in the Caernarvonshire village of Tremadog in 1888 to his tragically early death at 46, killed in a motorbike accident in Dorset.
Although embarrassed and traumatized, Lawrence became driven to find all-natural, healthier haircare options.
Georgina Howells, 29, of Slough, Berkshire, was just weeks away from marrying Lawrence when he died.
Lawrence and Arab nationalism raises some eerie echoes.
Lawrence Island isn't far from the Arctic Circle (see pp.
Lawrence and his epic account of the Arabian campaign, Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1926), though not mentioned in the acknowledgments, had a powerful influence on Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient (1992).