- From Law or Lawrence + -son. (Wiktionary)
“Since Lawson is a civilian and therefore not subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, he”
“Nigel Lawson is “Washed Up”; hmm … ad hominem attacks – classy.”
“Well at any rate, Nigella Lawson is one such for me.”
“Lawson is running against Democratic incumbent Rep. David Price in North Carolina's fourth congressional district.”
“Here, courtesy of Bob "Ironman" Lawson, is a short video showcasing the unique comedy genius of the Sklar twins (I am not ashamed to admit that I have actually done this more than a few times):”
“There were plenty of positives, from a strong bounceback performance for Danny Green to the solid play of senior Bobby Frasor in Lawson's absence.”
“And Duncan Lawson from the University of Coventry has shown that students entering university in 2001 with a B at Maths A level displayed the level of knowledge which 10 years before would have been shown by a student with a grade N - or fail.”
“The Other Side of the Bridge, by Canadian author Mary Lawson, is based on a tale as old as time – the rivalry between two brothers.”
“Denis Lawson is worth a look in that film (was the first time I had come across him).”
“Denis Lawson is good in everything he is in (in my opinion).”
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