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Burrell Collection

/ (ˈbʌrəl) /
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noun

a gallery in Glasgow, noted for its collection of paintings, textiles, furniture, ceramics, etc

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Word Origin for Burrell Collection

C20: named after Sir William Burrell (1861–1958), Scottish shipping magnate, and his wife Constance, who founded the collection

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