An English architect of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Wren designed many buildings in London for the large rebuilding effort that followed the city's “Great Fire” of 1666. Saint Paul's Cathedral is his best-known work.
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This article was reported and written by Sami Yousafzai with additional material and editing by Christopher Dickey.
To unwind, Sharp takes long showers, and stops himself from separating his food on his plate as Christopher would.
Sharp has spent so long being Christopher he can just “drop into him and stay in him consistently” before a performance.
Christopher Bennet died; a distinguished London physician, and writer on medical subjects.
Mrs. Wren glanced at the small person whose breakfast she had interrupted.The Tale of Grandfather Mole|Arthur Scott Bailey
Christopher Smart, an English poet and miscellaneous writer, died; known by a popular translation of Horace.
Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of the new world, died at Valladolid in Spain, aged about 70.
Christopher Browne, a soldier of the revolution, died at Philadelphia, aged 107.