HANS VON DÜRN - Sculptor
Durning, Charles (1923)
Holt, Sir Richard Durning
Holt, Lawrence Durning
Durning-Lawrence, Sir Edwin
Durning, Josephine Marie
Jerusalem Sonnets: Poems for Colin Durning
Holt, Sir Richard Durning, baronet
Jerusalem Sonnets: Poems for Colin Durning (1970)
Dunbar of Durn, Sir Robert (Drummond Cospatrick)
Dunbar of Durn, Sir Drummond Cospatrick Ninian
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1 Timber cut from a piece with a grown angle from which e.g. a door-frame with a shaped arched head can be formed: a symmetrical arched frame was usually made from paired durns sawn from a single baulk.
2 Door-post made of solid timber.
durn Doorway of opposed durns.
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