Barnardo

[ bahr-nahr-doh, ber- ]
/ bɑrˈnɑr doʊ, bər- /

noun

John Thomas, 1845–1905, English physician, social reformer, and philanthropist, born in Ireland.

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Barnardo
/ (bəˈnɑːdəʊ, bɑː-) /

noun

Dr Thomas John . 1845–1905, British philanthropist, who founded homes for destitute children
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