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Lilburn

/'lɪlˌbɜːn/
noun
1.
Douglas (Gordon). 1915–2001, New Zealand composer; noted esp for his pioneering use of electronic music in combination with more traditional orchestration
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Examples from the Web for lilburn
Contemporary Examples
  • A Latino man, aged 22, driving with his girlfriend and two other friends, pulled into a driveway in lilburn, Georgia.

    Too Old for a Gun? David Frum January 30, 2013
  • lilburn is a town of about 12,000 people, in Gwinett county, to the northeast of Atlanta.

    Too Old for a Gun? David Frum January 30, 2013
Historical Examples
  • As no damage was done, Colonel lilburn did not return the fire.

    Boscobel: or, the royal oak William Harrison Ainsworth
  • "It would be useless to cannonade them from these heights," he said to lilburn.

    Boscobel: or, the royal oak William Harrison Ainsworth
  • Mr. lilburn rose as if to comply with the request, but Mrs. Travilla interposed.

    Elsie at Ion Martha Finley
  • lilburn and his son, Miss Marian, and Art as her attending physician.

    Elsie at Ion Martha Finley
  • "Very true, sir," said Mr. lilburn, bowing and smiling in his turn.

    Elsie at Viamede

    Martha Finley
  • "He is not for sale, Mr. lilburn," was Mr. Embury's grave rejoinder.

    Elsie at Viamede

    Martha Finley
  • "You may put my name into that list, captain," said Mr. lilburn.

  • "That is a question that has not yet been decided," replied Mr. lilburn.

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