- Sir (Leslie) Patrick,1879–1957, English architect and town planner.
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Contemporary Examples of abercrombie
Say what you want about Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F), the chain has done something special.Muslims & Jews Unite vs. Abercrombie & Fitch
December 16, 2014
But as consumers grew up, Abercrombie—much like its Botox-addicted CEO—refused to age with them.Abercrombie & Ditch: The Fall of the House of Tween
December 10, 2014
To be sure, Obama has not spent much political capital or much time out on the trail for Abercrombie or Schatz.Even Hawaii Hates Obama Now
August 8, 2014
Abercrombie weaves the tale of Prince Yarvi in a tale part Captains Courageous, part Revenge of the Nerds, and part Prodigal Son.
The ease with which violence is portrayed as entertainment is not unique to Abercrombie.
Historical Examples of abercrombie
Colonel Abercrombie was killed, and many others of lesser note.The Siege of Boston
The same day at their meridian in the "Abercrombie" he broached the topic.
A man and a soldier keeps the Abercrombie, a fellow who fought for his country.
Our company remained at Abercrombie until the spring of '64.Old Rail Fence Corners
Abercrombie—a township in the parish of Abercrombie and county of Somerset.
- Sir (Leslie) Patrick. 1879–1957, British town planner and architect, best known for The County of London Plan (1943) and The Greater London Plan (1944)