Gibbons

[ gib-uhnz ]
/ ˈgɪb ənz /

noun

Grin·ling [grin-ling], /ˈgrɪn lɪŋ/, 1648–1720, English woodcarver and sculptor, born in the Netherlands.
Orlando, 1583–1625, English composer.

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Gibbons
/ (ˈɡɪbənz) /

noun

Grinling. 1648–1721, English sculptor and woodcarver, noted for his delicate carvings of fruit, flowers, birds, etc
Orlando. 1583–1625, English organist and composer, esp of anthems, motets, and madrigals
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