T. E. Lawrence

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Noun1.T. E. Lawrence - Welsh soldier who from 1916 to 1918 organized the Arab revolt against the TurksT. E. Lawrence - Welsh soldier who from 1916 to 1918 organized the Arab revolt against the Turks; he later wrote an account of his adventures (1888-1935)
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He said he read Seven Pillars of Wisdom by T.E. Lawrence in the school library and recognised sadomasochistic traits described in the author's experience of being tortured.
T.E. Lawrence's Oxford home is an imposing building with many interesting features with rooms on an impressive scale
DAVID Lean's 1962 restored masterpiece stars charismatic Peter O'Toole as British officer T.E. Lawrence, who played a key role in the Arab Revolt against the Turks in the First World War.
Old Came Rectory was rented by First World War poet Siegfried Sassoon during the 1920s to which he invited fellow war poet Edmund Blunden and T.E. Lawrence - better known as Lawrence of Arabia - for visits.
They discuss Robert Heard, the lives of fighter pilots and the country house elite, the correspondence between Edward Richards-Orpen and his wife Margaret, combatants from the landed classes in Ireland, Brodsworth Hall's community, Norman Leslie, Augusta Bellingham and the Mount Stuart Hospital, Roger Bellingham, Tommy Agar Robartes, the Percy family and their staff, Lady Londonderry, the Hely-Hutchinson brothers of Seafield, King Elmes, T.E. Lawrence and Pierce Joyce, William Upton Tyrrell, and the Talbot family of Kiplin Hall.
From British colonel T.E. Lawrence's famously controversial adoption of the headgear alongside Hashemite rebel forces, to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's iconic black-and-white keffiyeh, the scarf has morphed into a symbol of resistance, peace, Arab pride, and just about any other meaning its wearers weave into it.
In 1914 Britain declared war on Germany, a period of time when 26-year-old T.E. Lawrence was about to burn the only copy of a book recounting his adventures as an archaeologist and spy in the Middle East.
British officer T.E. Lawrence helped Arab leaders fight a guerrilla insurgency against the forces of the Ottoman Empire in the desert during World War I.
A Acetic B Citric C Lactic D Tannic QUESTION 8 - for 8 points: Which of the following books was written by T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia)?
In 1935, T.E. Lawrence, also known as ''Lawrence of Arabia,'' died in Dorset, England, six days after being injured in a motorcycle crash.
Guerrilla Leader: T.E. Lawrence and the Arab Revolt.
Pattinson is to play T.E. Lawrence, a British Army officer whose writing earned him international fame as Lawrence of Arabia, on whom David Lean's classic 1962 epic is based.