Thus his love of escapist, desperately lighthearted writers like laurence Sterne and Miguel de Cervantes.
Polanski acknowledged he understood this, and that only the judge, laurence Rittenband, could determine his ultimate sentence.
At the surface, the man who has emerged as the rescue attempt's figurehead is laurence Golborne, the Chilean Minister of Mining.
laurence Bunin is senior vice president, College Connection & Success, at The College Board.
laurence Sunderland didn't respond to emails or phone messages requesting comment.
Moved by the passion of the elder man's self-denunciation, laurence had risen, and stood close to him.
"Yes, it's an astonishing place, Mrs. Falkner," answered laurence.
Julia said, in a hard voice, "I don't think I have ever failed in appreciation of laurence."
Whatever it was no one cared, and strongly recommended laurence to do likewise.
The secret of the expedition was therefore confined to Gothard, Michu, laurence, and the four gentlemen.
masc. proper name, from Old French Lorenz (French Laurent), from Latin Laurentius, literally "of Laurentum," a maritime town in Latium, literally "town of bay trees," from laurus (see laurel). The Italian form is Lorenzo. A popular given name in the Middle Ages, as a surname it is attested in England from mid-12c. Larkin is a pet-form. For some reason, the name since at least 18c. has been the personification of indolence (cf. also German der faule Lenz "Lazy Lawrence"). But in Scotland, the pet form Lowrie has been used for "a fox" (c.1500), also for "a crafty person" (1560s).