Linacre



[lin-uh-ker] /ˈlɪn ə kər/

noun
1.
Thomas, 1460?–1521, English humanist, translator, scholar, and physician.
/ˈlɪnəkə/
noun
1.
Thomas. ?1460–1524, English humanist and physician: founded the Royal College of Physicians (1518)

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