[hawks-moo r] /ˈhɔksˌmʊər/

Nicholas, 1661–1736, English architect.
Nicholas. 1661–1736, English architect. His designs include All Souls’, Oxford, and a number of London churches, notably St Anne’s, Limehouse


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