Gibberd


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Gibberd

(ˈɡɪbəd)
n
(Biography) Sir Frederick. 1908–84, British architect and town planner. His buildings include the Liverpool Roman Catholic cathedral (1960–67) and the Regent's Park Mosque in London (1977). Harlow in the UK and Santa Teresa in Venezuela were built to his plans
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