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Larwood

/ (ˈlɑːwʊd) /
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noun
Harold. 1904–95, English cricketer. An outstanding fast bowler, he played 21 times for England between 1926 and 1932
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How to use Larwood in a sentence

  • Larwood states that Bugle is the local name in the Isle of Wight for a wild bull, and is used as such by a writer of 1688.

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  • Noticed by Larwood who states that the Scotch pedlars penetrated as far as Poland in 1569.

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  • Larwood thinks that this sign dates from the Spanish Succession question, 1833.

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  • Larwood states that this sign has been changed from that of Joe Grimaldi.

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