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Noun1.Sir Christopher Wren - English architect who designed more than fifty London churches (1632-1723)Sir Christopher Wren - English architect who designed more than fifty London churches (1632-1723)
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Paul's, or what you would feel if you touched its walls; it is further connected with what other people see and feel, with services and the Dean and Chapter and Sir Christopher Wren.
1723: Sir Christopher Wren, English architect and designer, notably of St Paul's Cathedral, died in London and was buried in the crypt of his cathedral.
1632: Sir Christopher Wren, architect whose work includes St Paul's Cathedral and Chelsea Hospital, was born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire.
Dean of Sa<d Business School, Peter Tufano announced Kanza's award in a prestigious end-of-course ceremony, held at the centuries-old Sheldonian Theatre designed by Christopher Wren in the 1600s.
Sir Christopher Wren designed which famous London cathedral?
The company has also appointed Christopher Wren as a sales vice president of its restaurant franchise finance practice.
Four guests arrive - Christopher Wren, Major Metcalf, Miss Casewell and Mrs Boyle, who complains about everything.
e cast for the 2014 autumn leg of the tour includes Helen Clapp as Mollie Ralston, Michael Fenner (Doctors, Footballer's Wives) as Mr Paravicini, Anne Kavanagh (Chichester Festival eatre's Goodnight Mr Tom, August: Osage County at the National eatre) as Mrs Boyle, Charlotte Latham as Miss Casewell and Stephen Yeo as Christopher Wren - all reprising their roles from the production in London's West End.
Christopher Wren is the choice for Nick Gifford in World Horse Welfare Handicap Chase at Ling-field after a recent Worcester win.
Christopher Wren can land the RABI Beaufort House Novices' Limited Handicap Chase at Chepstow.
Steven France as Christopher Wren, Bob Saul as Sgt Trotter plus Karl Howman (Mr Paravicini), Bruno Langley (Giles Ralston), Jemma Walker (Mollie Ralston), and Elizabeth Power (as Miss Casewell).
Six hours later, I found it impossible to sleep, having uncovered Christopher Wren, a certainty off a potentially lenient 115 in the 2m handicap chase, and course regular Galley Slave, who couldn't possibly finish out of the first three in the 2m4f handicap hurdle and was likely to be around 8-1.