/ (ˈɔːlwɪn) /
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William. 1905–85, British composer. His works include the oratorio The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1936) and the Suite of Scottish Dances (1946)
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As fitness authority Alwyn Cosgrove puts it, some equipment is a “nice to have, not a need to have.”The Busy Person’s Guide to Becoming a Fitness Minimalist|DailyBurn|December 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
John C. Alwyn, the sailing-master, at the same time received a ball through the shoulder.Pike & Cutlass|George Gibbs
I told Phoebe that we would have it up here; shall I go and ask him, Alwyn?
But when we came back the Grange was empty, and no one knew what had become of Alwyn.
Just then the door-bell rang, and Alwyn entered; he looked eager and excited.
Alwyn needed a great deal of attention; he was very low and depressed.