- Sir William,1621–70, English admiral.
- his sonWilliam,1644–1718, English Quaker: founder of Pennsylvania 1682.
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I finally come across the only thing open tonight at the Taj: a deli called GO, the sort of place you might find in Penn Station.I Watched a Casino Kill Itself: The Awful Last Nights of Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal
December 8, 2014
He grew his talent as an assistant to Penn and Richard Avedon.From Fashion Player to Photographer Monk
December 3, 2014
You can draw a line from there through Steubenville, Penn State, and the NFL.The Violent Side of Friday Night Lights
October 18, 2014
Show regulars Jay Mohr and Penn Gillette also cheered for Cumia.Fans Rage Over Opie Minus Anthony
July 8, 2014
By comparison Brown had 16, Columbia 12, Dartmouth 11, Penn 12, Princeton 17, and Yale 16.Harvard’s Biggest Problem With Sexual Assault Is Harvard Itself
April 4, 2014
What that fate was I have had no means of knowing, for I have never since heard of poor Penn—.
Salters went West for a season with Penn, and left no address behind.
Harvey never even twiddled his fingers as Penn pushed him into his bunk.
In half a minute all except Harvey, Penn, and the cook were overside and away.
Then Penn's went on alone, and Salters slipped off his hat, for Penn was praying.
- Irving. 1917–2009, US photographer, noted for his portraits and his innovations in colour photography
- William. 1644–1718, English Quaker and founder of Pennsylvania
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