Lilburn

noun
  1. Douglas (Gordon). 1915–2001, New Zealand composer; noted esp for his pioneering use of electronic music in combination with more traditional orchestration
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Examples from the Web for lilburn

Contemporary Examples of lilburn

  • A Latino man, aged 22, driving with his girlfriend and two other friends, pulled into a driveway in Lilburn, Georgia.

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    Too Old for a Gun?

    David Frum

    January 30, 2013

  • Lilburn is a town of about 12,000 people, in Gwinett county, to the northeast of Atlanta.

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    Too Old for a Gun?

    David Frum

    January 30, 2013

Historical Examples of lilburn

  • As no damage was done, Colonel Lilburn did not return the fire.

    Boscobel: or, the royal oak

    William Harrison Ainsworth

  • "It would be useless to cannonade them from these heights," he said to Lilburn.

    Boscobel: or, the royal oak

    William Harrison Ainsworth

  • Mr. Lilburn rose as if to comply with the request, but Mrs. Travilla interposed.

    Elsie at Ion

    Martha Finley

  • Lilburn and his son, Miss Marian, and Art as her attending physician.

    Elsie at Ion

    Martha Finley

  • "He is not for sale, Mr. Lilburn," was Mr. Embury's grave rejoinder.

    Elsie at Viamede

    Martha Finley