a village in E England, in Lincolnshire: Royal Air Force College (1920)
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How to use Cranwell in a sentence
The Crown Prince in waiting, Muqrin, is also a former fighter pilot and trained at RAF Cranwell.
For the first three days of that time little of note had happened at Cranwell Towers; that is, no assault was delivered.
The Abbot sat in the little room of a cottage at Cranwell that he had occupied during the siege of the Towers.
Rain was falling heavily when the Abbot, with his escort of two monks and half-a-dozen men-at-arms, rode up to Cranwell.
"I am not so sure," and again she passed her hand across her eyes, as she had done in that dreadful dawn at Cranwell.
Why, Nurse, they told me that you said it would be so, yonder amid the ashes of Cranwell Towers.