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How to use laurence in a sentence. Laurence pronunciation.

The ironical humour blent with pathos in his picture of this ill-rewarded old disciplinarian (who combined a tenderness of heart with a fondness for military metaphor that frequently reminds one of "My Uncle Toby"), the details of the ailments and the portents that attended his infantile career, and, above all, the glimpses of the wandering military life from barrack to barrack and from garrison to garrison, inevitably remind the reader of the childish reminiscences of Laurence Sterne, a writer to whom it may thus early be said that George Borrow paid no small amount of unconscious homage.
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They had sent me a little earlier a copy of Mr. Sartain's engraving from their water-color copy of Laurence's head of you.
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I got Laurence the Painter to go with me, and he would not let the people off till they had actually made a likeness.
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And all the Laurences and D'Orsays now serve me well as illustration.
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My Dear Carlyle,-The sight of Mr. Samuel Laurence, the day before yesterday, in New York, and of your head among his sketches, set me on thinking which had some pain where should be only cheer.
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For Mr. Laurence I hailed his arrival, on every account.
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And yet I should have been pushed to write without Samuel Laurence; for I lately looked into _Jesuitism,_ a Latter-Day Pamphlet, and found why you like those papers so well.
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Make me your girdle, your necklace- She: Laurence, you kiss me too hard.
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LAURENCE enters, a little the worse for liquor.
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LAURENCE RABY and FORREST, BRIAN AYLMER and PRESCOT.
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In what concerneth the breeches, my great-aunt Laurence did long ago tell me, that the breeches were only ordained for the use of the codpiece, and to no other end; which I, upon a no less forcible consequence, give credit to every whit, as well as to the saying of the fine fellow Galen, who in his ninth book, Of the Use and Employment of our Members, allegeth that the head was made for the eyes.
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Laurence, son of Betsy born March 1, 1835.
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Friar Laurence's cell. Enter Friar, [Laurence] alone, with a basket.
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Then hie you hence to Friar Laurence' cell; There stays a husband to make you a wife.
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Friar Laurence's cell. Enter Friar [Laurence] and Romeo.
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I'll to him; he is hid at Laurence' cell.
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Friar Laurence's cell. Enter Friar [Laurence].
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Having displeas'd my father, to Laurence' cell, To make confession and to be absolv'd. Nurse.
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Scene I. Friar Laurence's cell. Enter Friar, [Laurence] and County Paris.
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What, is my daughter gone to Friar Laurence?
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Examples of Laurence

Example #1
Borrow's account of his father's death is a highly affecting piece of English.
Example #2
A homage of another sort, fully recognised and declared, was that paid to the great work of Defoe, and to the spirit of strange and romantic enterprise which it aroused in its reader.
Example #3
They were eager to have the engraving pronounced a good likeness.
Example #4
I hope our correspondence will stand as a contract which Mr. Carey's representatives will feel bound to execute.
Example #5
My Wife has got another, which she asserts to be much "more amiable-looking," and even liker!
Example #6
O my Friend, it is a strange Phantasmagory of a Fact, this huge, tremendous World of ours, Life of ours!