- a male given name: from Old English words meaning “boar” and “friend.”
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Contemporary Examples of erwin
Still, no one else had produced a film about Erwin Blumenfeld.
Erwin Blumenfeld is one of the most searched and most shared artists on line.
“Murderous Mary” The Elephant On September 13, 1916, Mary the Elephant was hung in Erwin, Tennessee.Thrills and Too Many Spills: The Dangers of the Circus
May 5, 2014
Rather than serving with Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, he had fought against him with the British army.Hunting Down Aribert Heim, Egypt’s Hidden Nazi
Nicholas Kulish, Souad Mekhennet
March 24, 2014
The scene that Erwin claims alienates viewers most was written by a woman collaborator, and made him weep when he first read it.Is October Baby’s Pro-Life Message Misunderstood?
March 28, 2012
Historical Examples of erwin
Erwin superintended the works until 1318, when he died on the 14th of January.
The manner in which Mr. Erwin refuted it was a revelation to me.A Modern Chronicle, Complete
Erwin held that if Critchlow was on the scene of battle he had a perfect right to be there.Homestead
Arthur G. Burgoyne
At ten o'clock Mrs. Erwin said abruptly, "Go to bed, Lydia!"
Mrs. Erwin meant to praise the coincidence, not to blame the dress.