from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Reynolds, Sir Joshua 1723-1792. British portrait painter and critic considered one of the most important figures in the history of English painting.
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- proper n. An English patronymic surname derived from Reynold.
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- n. English portrait painter and first president of the Royal Academy (1723-1792)
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REYNOLDS, could not endure the sight of his rising pupil, and would not suffer him to conclude the term of his apprenticeship; while even the mild and elegant Reynolds himself became so jealous of WILSON, that he took every opportunity of depreciating his singular excellence.
REYNOLDS - Owen pitcher Allie Brandon got a piggyback ride Monday after recording the final out against Reynolds.
REYNOLDS - The Reynolds booster club is planning to take at least one fan bus to Friday's 4-A Western Regional championship football game at Greensboro Dudley.
RYAN REYNOLDS -- I like Reynolds okay, but this guy just isn't Hal Jordan.
Barbara Reynolds is a member of the Press Club's Speakers Committee and coordinated the event which some critics suggest did irreparable harm to Barack Obama's campaign.
Barbara Reynolds is a member of the Press Club's Speakers Committee and coordinated the event.
Simon Reynolds is one of the most recognizable music critics around.
Kevin Reynolds, a lawyer who volunteers for the state Democratic party, said towns across the state ran short on ballots.
Ryan Reynolds is set to host SNL October 3 with Lady Gaga as the musical guest.
Doc, I dont know who Glenn Reynolds is but I think you weatherford