Samuel Raw·son [raw-suhn], /ˈrɔ sən/, 1829–1902, English historian.
Stephen, 1483–1555, English ecclesiastic and statesman.
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How to use Gardiner in a sentence
One feature of Gardiner’s programming since Schaeffer’s exit has been digital work with strong representation by artists of color.Signature Theatre names Matthew Gardiner as new artistic director | Peter Marks | July 13, 2021 | Washington Post
At 37, Gardiner — who has directed or choreographed more than 30 productions for the company — becomes the youngest head of a front-line Washington-area theater.Signature Theatre names Matthew Gardiner as new artistic director | Peter Marks | July 13, 2021 | Washington Post
Gardiner previously worked on education policy in the California Senate and is a 2016 graduate of High Tech High North County.CTA Works to Weaken Charters – Now High Tech High Teachers Want in | Ryan Gardiner | May 11, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
Looking forward, Gardiner knows that theater will be different, and he’s more than fine with that.
In 2015, Gardiner and two other friends, Khoa Tran and Kelly Montgomery, founded an online publishing company called JKX Comics.Real-life scientists inspire these comic book superheroes | Kyle Plantz | June 14, 2020 | Science News
He took Gardiner aside and whispered, "Jump into our hole like lightning, it is worth four pound a day."It Is Never Too Late to Mend | Charles Reade
I saw Mr. Gardiner open Mr. Burtons trunk, which was always left unlocked, and thrust a package far down into the trunk.
I looked out, and was astonished to see Mr. Gardiner making his way silently toward Mr. Burtons room.
It was a simple matter for Mr. Gardiner to remove the package from his safe and cast the suspicion upon his clerk.
Gardiner was a shrewd businessman, and not even my head clerks ever suspected my connection with the store that bore his name.
British Dictionary definitions for Gardiner
Sir John Eliot. born 1943, British conductor, noted for performances using period instruments; founded the Monteverdi Choir in 1965, the English Baroque Soloists in 1978, and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique in 1990
Stephen. ?1483–1555, English bishop and statesman; lord chancellor (1553–55). He opposed Protestantism, supporting the anti-Reformation policies of Mary I
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