Lawrence


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Lawrence: Lawrence of Arabia, D H Lawrence

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
According to (http://theathletic.com/890198/2019/03/27/cowboys-offer-demarcus-lawrence-average-salary-of-20-million-but-his-sights-are-set-higher/) The Athletic , the Cowboys are willing to meet Lawrence's initial asking price of $20 million per season.
Lawrence's wife Senator Nyonblee Kangar Lawrence had hours earlier posted a video which shows the celebrations of her husband's 50th anniversary with and a family reunion hours before his fatal car crash.
According to Lawrence, the students gave him hugs and high-fives at dismissal, but one particular student took it a step further.
The book reproduces six paintings of Lawrence, plus one by Georgia O'Keefe, The Lawrence Tree.
Trollope and Lawrence worked together previously at Bristol Rovers.
Australian-born physicist William Lawrence Bragg was but twenty-five years of age when, in 1915, he and his father received the Nobel Prize for their pioneering work in X-ray crystallography.
In a video posted by Entertainment Tonight, a journalist who was reading from his phone asked Lawrence a question.
But Lawrence of Arabia, as he was known, was born in Tremadog in Gwynedd in 1888 and gained notoriety after leading the Arab rebellion against the Ottoman Empire during World War I.
The house will remain open to the public until 2pm on the day, including a rare opportunity to preview the "maquette" of a proposed life-sized bronze statue of Lawrence of Arabia created by internationally renowned sculptor David Williams-Ellis.
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.