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Laing

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noun
R(onald) D(avid), 1927–1989, British psychiatrist and author, born in Scotland.
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Laing
/ (leɪŋ) /

noun
R (onald) D (avid). 1927–89, Scottish psychiatrist; his best known books include The Divided Self (1960), The Politics of Experience and the Bird of Paradise (1967), and Knots (1970)
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