Sir (Leslie) Patrick, 1879–1957, English architect and town planner.
[bel] /bɛl/ (Show IPA), 1893–1958, U.S. industrial and stage designer and architect.
Sir Patrick, 1854–1932, Scottish biologist, sociologist, and town planner.
Sir (Leslie) Patrick. 1879–1957, British town planner and architect, best known for The County of London Plan (1943) and The Greater London Plan (1944)
noun, Archaic. 1. a term of address used to inferiors or children to express impatience, contempt, etc. noun 1. (archaic) a contemptuous term used in addressing a man or boy
noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. (used as an intensive with no or yes): Will I go there again? No, sirree! interjection 1. (sometimes capital) (US, informal) an emphatic exclamation used with yes or no
[sur-rev-er-uh ns] /ˌsɜrˈrɛv ər əns/ noun, Obsolete. 1. (used as an expression of apology, as before unseemly or indelicate words.) sir-reverence interjection 1. (obsolete) an expression of apology used esp to introduce taboo or vulgar words or phrases
- Sir robert
noun 1. Sir Robert (Murray) 1909–86, Australian dancer, choreographer, and actor. noun 1. Sir Robert, 1788–1850, British political leader: founder of the London constabulary; prime minister 1834–35; 1841–46. 2. a seaport on W Isle of Man: castle; resort. 3. a river in N Yukon Territory and NW Northwest Territories, Canada, flowing E and N to […]