[ ruhn-see ]
/ ˈrʌn si /
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Robert Alexander Kennedy, 1921–2000, English clergyman: archbishop of Canterbury 1980–91.
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How to use Runcie in a sentence
“Given the data that we have, and the consultation we’ve had with public health officials and medical experts, our school sites are not places of significant transmission of the coronavirus, and so our schools are relatively safe,” Runcie said.CDC foresees spread in U.S. of highly contagious coronavirus variant|Joel Achenbach, Ben Guarino|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for Runcie
/ (ˈrʌnsɪ) /
Robert (Alexander Kennedy), Baron. 1921–2000, Archbishop of Canterbury (1980–91)
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