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Norrington

/ˈnɒrɪŋtən/
noun
1.
Sir Roger (Arthur Carver). born 1934, British conductor; noted for period performances of early music
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  • It was a happy little party that set off for norrington Court.

    His Big Opportunity Amy Le Feuvre
  • Then I shall leave this house and go with my girls to norrington.

    The American Senator

    Anthony Trollope
  • The Gawens were for many years lords of norrington, a beautiful old house near by.

    Wanderings in Wessex Edric Holmes
  • Away in norrington the poison had been purchased as much as three years ago, and yet Nickem had had the luck to find it out.

    The American Senator

    Anthony Trollope
  • The fox had been killed close to norrington, and the run was remembered with intense gratification for many a long day after.

    The American Senator

    Anthony Trollope
  • You must endeavor to realize your responsibilities when you visit norrington Court this afternoon.

    His Big Opportunity Amy Le Feuvre
  • Uncle James left a will when he died saying he left norrington Court to father, and father left it to me.

    His Big Opportunity Amy Le Feuvre
  • Would she be taken round to see the neighbouring towns, Rufford and norrington?

    The American Senator

    Anthony Trollope

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