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laurence

[′lȯr·əns]
(optics)
A shimmering seen over a hot surface on a calm, cloudless day, caused by the unequal refraction of light by innumerable convective air columns of different temperatures and densities.
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Laurence's exploration of his divine side also summons Quentin, Earl of Banbury, who struggles to control his telekinetic powers, too.
Lewis star Laurence, 40, joins the series as the cocky Lord Palmerston and admits he locked horns with the royal expert.
Laurence will play in the tournament semifinals on Saturday against the host team while Conant (7-7) plays in the fifth-place pool against St.
However, kind individuals have supported Laurence's mission to bring a smile to people's faces and all the damaged gnomes have now either been repaired or replaced.
Over 100 children assisted Laurence and the OliOli team to build the structure in 1,000 hours.
Now on the 30th anniversary of Laurence's disappearance, detectives have renewed their appeal for information.
RAF photographer Cpl Tim Laurence captured a 'selfie' during a routine training sortie over the coast of Anglesey
'We are drinking only red.' I thought Laurence Odfjell sounded just a bit apologetic.
Intermediate boys: Archie Lowe (Laurence Jackson School), Patrick Haycock (Macmillan Academy), Daniel Currie (Nunthorpe Academy), Daniel Payne (Conyers School), Jake Creasey (Macmillan Academy), Dominic Shipman (Yarm School), Harvey Dunmore (Nunthorpe Academy), Henry Mitson (Conyers School), Luke Hutchinson (Conyers School).
I understand Laurence - who divorced wife of nine years Billie Piper, with whom he has two children, in late 2016 - is smitten with Lilah, 29.
Her son Laurence Jackson, 54, paid for her to be laid to rest - giving him full control over the funeral arrangements.