[wawr-ik, wor- or for 4, wawr-wik, wor-]
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“Warwick” is designed to be intensely unlikable and unsympathetic, rather than engaging.
We have to make him an awful person, because Warwick, his screen presence is adorable.
Rather than empower “Warwick,” the show seems to relish knocking him down a peg or three, diminishing him further still.
In one instance on the show, “Warwick” has to deal with an unhappy client involved in a dwarf-bowling gig.
H.A. Hellyer is fellow at the Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations at Britain's University of Warwick.How Will Europe's Muslims React?
December 6, 2009
After many changes it came to the Grevilles, who are now the Earls of Warwick.England, Picturesque and Descriptive
That night in Warwick Gardens, it had been like the touch of some evil magician's wand.
Like a flash that other scene in Warwick Gardens came back to him.
Here Margaret of Anjou and her son were reconciled to Warwick.Shawl-Straps
Louisa M. Alcott
But I never can make out how Warwick Castle got built by that dull bit of river.Hortus Inclusus
- a town in central England, administrative centre of Warwickshire, on the River Avon: 14th-century castle, with collections of armour and waxworks: the university of Warwick (1965) is in Coventry. Pop: 23 350 (2001)
- Earl of, title of Richard Neville, known as the Kingmaker. 1428–71, English statesman. During the Wars of the Roses, he fought first for the Yorkists, securing the throne (1461) for Edward IV, and then for the Lancastrians, restoring Henry VI (1470). He was killed at Barnet by Edward IV