American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cranmer, Thomas 1489-1556. English prelate who as archbishop of Canterbury (1533-1553) was instrumental in the marital machinations of Henry VIII, revised the Book of Common Prayer (1552), and instituted other reforms. Under Mary I, a Roman Catholic, he was convicted of heresy and burned at the stake.
“Writing from a less technological age when a copier breakdown involved a sobbing monk, Archbishop Cranmer is not impressed with the idea of Tony Blair as President of Europe.”
“Archbishop Cranmer is understandably irritated by the recent events in the EU Parliament.”
“Cranmer is catering to the religiously-minded, your good self to the English-minded, my blog is slowly developing into a mecca for the genitally-minded.”
“His mild and forgiving disposition is recorded in the following instance -- An ignorant priest, in the country, had called Cranmer an ostler, and spoken very derogatory of his learning.”
“Cromwell's, or the "Great Bible" (1539), the second and subsequent editions of which were known as Cranmer's Bible; the Geneva Bible”
“It is also called Cranmer's Bible, because Archbishop Cranmer wrote a preface to the second edition.”
“Southampton - Page 279Cafes, 85. in cafe of Wood alias Cranmer v. the D. of Southampton.”
“Unlike BBC, 'Cranmer' has a critical review of it all: "Gay Gordon, Camp David and Gay Shame ”
“Cranmer': "British government imposes Christian constitution on the Cayman Islands”
“Cranmer':- 'The Mother of Parliaments has become a whorehouse of ill-repute”
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