from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of the British Women's Royal Naval Service.
- Wren, Sir Christopher 1632-1723. English architect who designed more than 50 London churches, most notably Saint Paul's Cathedral (1675-1710). His secular works include the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford (1664-1669) and Trinity College Library in Cambridge (1676-1684).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A female member of the Royal Navy (a member of the WRNS)
- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. Sir Christopher Wren, English architect
- proper n. A male or female given name from the noun wren.
I find it hard to decide if A Town Like Alice or Requiem for a Wren is my favourite book by him.
Requiem for a Wren is sadder, but still hopeful in its way, and I think it wins by a hair.
Wren is chewing on something she found in her stroller seat.
I hope little Wren is well on the mend, and Robin close behind her.
It's a little deal, not a big one, but it shows that Wren is trying to steal a win or two this season that could make a difference.
Frank Wren is the Charley Hustle of baseball general managers.
The stoning was directed his way and, as Captain Wren put it, "Poor Nick had to take it."
Finnley Wren is a weekend in Manhattan and Connecticut with the eponymous hero and his companion Philip Wylie.
The stories are mystery/crime novels set in the fantasy world of Eberron, and Wren is a consulting detective inspired by Sherlock Holmes.
Wren is somewhat improved during everything than Madsen, so he'll substantially take this the single if he doesn't get strike as good hard to run out of steam first.