Definitions

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  • n. A Welsh breed of sheep having a short fleece

Etymologies

From Radnorshire, former county in Wales (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • •Radnor 19, Boyertown 10: At West Chester, Kelyn Freedman had seven goals and two assists and Sam Ellis scored six goals to lead Radnor past Boyertown in a District 1 girls quarterfinal at West Chester East Saturday.

    Berks county news

  • Air Products, of Lehigh Valley, Pa., has said a merger with smaller rival Airgas, based in Radnor, Pa., would create the largest industrial-gas company in North America and one of the largest in the world, and at the current offer price would be immediately accretive to Air Products's profits, excluding one-time costs.

    Airgas Profit Climbs 22%

  • Carroll in Radnor, Pa., is another large receiver who has been compared to Randy Moss of the Minnesota Vikings.

    USATODAY.com - An early look: 15 fabulous flankers

  • He had set up store-keeping in Radnor and was doing well.

    Kilmeny of the Orchard

  • At the name Radnor suddenly raised his head and half turned back as if to speak, but thinking better of it, he resumed his chair and watched the approach of the detective with an angry frown.

    The Four Pools Mystery

  • Pittsburgh's cloudy image doesn't scare Brent Alderfer, president of Community Energy Inc., based in Radnor, which is launching a solar farm in Lancaster County.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • "Radnor," he said with a slow drawl, which to those who knew him best betrayed intense anger, "you will be good enough to explain to me, here and now, in plain English and in as few words as possible, exactly what you mean."

    The Last Woman

  • "Radnor," I cried at last, "are you trying to shield any one?

    The Four Pools Mystery

  • "Radnor," she said, "you told me you would never ask me again to marry you.

    The Four Pools Mystery

  • "Radnor," I said, "will you tell me the absolute truth?

    The Four Pools Mystery

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