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Manning

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/ ˈmæn ɪŋ /
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noun
Henry Edward, 1808–92, English prelate and ecclesiastical writer: cardinal 1875–92.
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Manning
/ (ˈmænɪŋ) /

noun
Henry Edward. 1808–92, British churchman. Originally an Anglican, he was converted to Roman Catholicism (1851) and made archbishop of Westminster (1865) and cardinal (1875)
Olivia. 1908–80, British novelist and short-story writer, best known for her novel sequence Fortunes of War, comprising the Balkan Trilogy (1960–65) and the Levant Trilogy (1977–80)
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