- Sir Joshua,1723–92, English painter.
- a male given name, form of Reginald.
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Examples from the Web for reynolds
Reynolds acknowledged that much of his appeal comes from being the grandson of R.J. Reynolds.
Reynolds spent $1.5 million on an anti-smoking campaign, a large chunk of his wealth.
But for Reynolds and Robbins, obeying their consciences came with a price tag.
Reynolds seems to fit the profile of a serial killer, albeit one who was thankfully caught after one killing.Is Bondage Porn to Blame for a Murder?
July 9, 2014
Elsewhere, Reynolds surveys the impact of the war upon democracy, empire, capitalism, and other spheres of life.Wounds of World War I Have Yet to Heal
Michael F. Bishop
June 28, 2014
I have already quoted from Reynolds at length on this point.Albert Durer
T. Sturge Moore
Of the Sebastian, Vasari says very much the same as Reynolds.Six Centuries of Painting
Mr. Reynolds looked straight at the speaker of these impetuous words.
Mr. Reynolds had not expected to see so intelligent and young-looking a man.
In the same year Reynolds ceased to paint, owing to the failure of his sight.Art in England
- Albert . born 1932, Irish politician: leader of the Fianna Fáil party and prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1992–94)
- Sir Joshua . 1723–92, English portrait painter. He was the first president of the Royal Academy (1768): the annual lectures he gave there, published as Discourses, are important contributions to art theory and criticism
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Word Origin and History for reynolds
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