[ur-vahyn for 1; ur-vin for 2]
- a city in SW California.
- Also Ir·vin. a male given name.
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Rick Hasen, a professor at University of California, Irvine, dismissed the Mississippi statute as essentially unenforceable.Mississippi GOP Plays Games With Black Votes
June 24, 2014
“I just ate a softshell crab po-boy,” says Irvine Blackburn, from New Orleans.New Orleans Celebrates Its Favorite Sandwich at the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival
November 26, 2013
The movie industry had declared this Irvine Welsh novel to be “unfilmable.”The Movie ‘Filth’ Is Fun!
October 1, 2013
Engen says Alayban and her husband have been to Irvine at least three times on holiday.
The woman ran out to the main street at around 6:50 Tuesday morning, seeking help on a public bus in Irvine.
Last, near present Seven Corners, we called on the Irvine's.Old Rail Fence Corners
“You will need it now, and throughout life,” said Captain Irvine, solemnly.Archibald Hughson
Good battle did, on Irvine side, wi' waur weapon than this.'
But the persons of this sort whom he met in Irvine were probably few.
This brief but disastrous Irvine sojourn was brought to a sudden close.
- a town on the W coast of Scotland, the administrative centre of North Ayrshire: designated a new town in 1966. Pop: 33 090 (2001)
- Alexander Andrew Mackay, Baron, known as Derry. born 1940, British lawyer and Labour politician; Lord Chancellor (1997–2003)