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Vanbrugh

[ van-broo or, especially British, van-bruh ]
/ vænˈbru or, especially British, ˈvæn brə /
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noun
John, 1664–1726, English dramatist and architect.
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Vanbrugh
/ (ˈvænbrə) /

noun
Sir John. 1664–1726, English dramatist and baroque architect. His best-known plays are the Restoration comedies The Relapse (1697) and The Provok'd Wife (1697). As an architect, he is noted esp for Blenheim Palace
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