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Lar·kin

 (lär′kĭn), Philip Arthur 1922-1985.
British poet noted for his self-deprecating wit and his distrust of the modern world, as in The Whitsun Weddings (1964). He was also a well-known jazz critic.

Larkin

(ˈlɑːkɪn)
n
(Biography) Philip. 1922–85, English poet: his verse collections include The Less Deceived (1955) and The Whitsun Weddings (1964)
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"This is work that has personal value as well as social implications," said Larkin. "A network of relationships strengthens the society and adds meaning to the lives of individuals."
Larkin's Restaurantshas named Chef Adam Hayes its new culinary director.
THE restaurant launched at Celtic Manor Resort by former Masterchef finalist Larkin Cen has made way for a new diner.
* Saturday -- Black History Club Alumni Legends Brunch, 10 a.m., Larkin High School Black Box Theater, 1475 Larkin Ave., Elgin
An 80-year-old grandmother cheated death after she was mowed down by an express bus at the Larkin Sentral Public Transportation Terminal here today.
LETTERS between Philip Larkin and his parents suggest they enjoyed a loving relationship, despite one of his most famous poems indicating otherwise.
AKAYAKER drowned after capsizing at a dangerous part on the River Dee despite heroic attempts to save his life, an inquest heard today Kevin Larkin, of Woodhill Road, Colwyn Bay, was dragged under at a weir on the Horseshoe Falls, near Llangollen, which had him trapped in a "washing machine" effect.
Kevin Larkin was dragged under at a weir on the Horseshoe Falls, near Llangollen, which had him trapped in a "washing machine" effect.
A NEW exhibition featuring personal items from the life of Coventry-born Philip Larkin promises to throw new light on the life of the complex and contradictory life of one of Britain's best-loved poets.
IT IS REMARKABLE that Emmet O'Connor's new biography of Jim Larkin is the first comprehensive study of one of the most iconic and complex characters in Irish labor history.
IF he starts and Kilkenny win on Sunday, Eoin Larkin will join an exclusive club.
I'm pleased Philip "Pip" Larkin will finally get a place at Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey.