Vincent


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Vincent

[ˈvɪnsənt] NVicente
References in classic literature ?
He encounters Mr Vincent Crummles; and who he was, is herein made manifest
Mr Vincent Crummles,' said the landlord with an air of great deference.
At the head of the table sat Prior Vincent of Emmet all clad in soft robes of fine cloth and silk; on his head was a black velvet cap picked out with gold, and around his neck hung a heavy chain of gold, with a great locket pendant therefrom.
The learned doctor had been paid beforehand, for he had not overmuch trust in the holy Vincent of Emmet.
Vincent put into his hands, untrammelled by orders, a division of his fleet, and Sir Hyde Parker gave him two more ships at Copenhagen than he had asked for.
His name is Vincent Spaulding, and he's not such a youth, either.
Vincent Spaulding seemed to know so much about it that I thought he might prove useful, so I just ordered him to put up the shutters for the day and to come right away with me.
Vincent, of the North Hospital, where the papers say the child is, is a friend of mine, and I think of yours since you were in class at Amsterdam.
Dr, Vincent took the bandage from its throat, and showed us the punctures.
She asked Philip to go and see her; she had rooms in Vincent Square, and was always in to tea at five o'clock; he went, was delighted with his welcome, and went again.
Vincent was dimly to be seen, forming the south-western point of the Spanish peninsula.
Vincent long ago remarked that Batrachians (frogs, toads, newts) have never been found on any of the many islands with which the great oceans are studded.