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They remember “RN,” as they call him, as a statesman, a hero, a peacemaker.Richard Nixon’s 100th Birthday Draws Kissinger & Others to Schmaltzy Bash|Sandra McElwaine|January 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"You are a philosopher, Rn Ronsard," he said rising from his chair, and laying a hand kindly on his shoulder.Temporal Power|Marie Corelli
But an observer less occupied with himself than Rn would have noticed and realized the effort of this laugh.
"Science also deceives me," said Catharine, looking steadily at Rn, who bore her gaze without flinching.
Rn Udai Singh had in 1568 lost his capital, and had fled to the jungles of Rajppla, and there had died in 1572.Rulers of India: Akbar|George Bruce Malleson
A moment later Rn appeared, and took in the whole room at a glance.