Crossword clues for lawson
n. a chemical and dye found in henna
Housing Units (2000): 852
Land area (2000): 2.786697 sq. miles (7.217511 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.059794 sq. miles (0.154867 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.846491 sq. miles (7.372378 sq. km)
FIPS code: 40988
Located within: Missouri (MO), FIPS 29
Location: 39.437848 N, 94.207973 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 64062
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Lawson may refer to:
Lawson, Inc. (株式会社ローソン Kabushiki Kaisha Rōson, ) is a convenience store franchise chain in Japan. The store originated in Cuyahoga Falls, near Cleveland and Akron, in the U.S. state of Ohio, but today exists as a Japanese company and is the second largest convenience store chain in the country behind 7-Eleven.
The Japanese company has its headquarters in East Tower of Gate City Ohsaki in Ōsaki, Shinagawa, Tokyo.
Lawson is often a surname that may sometimes also be a given name.
Lawson is the first album by John Schumann and the Vagabond Crew. It was Schumann's first album of new material since 1993's True Believers.
It marked the first time that Schumann had worked on an album with Hugh McDonald and Michael Atkinson since Schumann left Redgum in 1986.
The album consists of the poetry of Henry Lawson put to music.
Lawson are an English pop rock band, consisting of Andy Brown (guitar, lead vocals), Ryan Fletcher (bass guitar, backing vocals), Joel Peat (lead guitar, backing vocals) and Adam Pitts (drums). The band's debut album, Chapman Square, was released on 22 October 2012 and reached number three on the UK Albums Chart. To date, the band have achieved seven UK top 20 hit singles. They are named after Liverpool-based surgeon Dr. David Lawson who performed life-saving surgery on Brown.
Lawson is an EP released by the four-piece British band Lawson. It was released on 9 October 2015 via Polydor Records.
Usage examples of "lawson".
Think of it, dear Jane Lawson, as a trick of nature whereby some great smirking cowbird came long ago and laid its egg in your nest.
Ye huv tae gie it tae Lawson, standin thaire, acting as if the manager ay a German hotel should automatically ken the biography ay a Scottish schemie.
Mr Lawson gies Gally the type ay glance a gatecrashing community-care jakey would git at a cheese-and-wine party.
Rebecca Nurse and Dorcas Good were taken to jail, the villagers remained in the meetinghouse to listen to the Thursday lecture day sermon from their former pastor, Deodat Lawson, hoping for an explanation of their crisis.
He was a big, gruff Scot from Roxburghshire, engaged, no doubt, by Lawson as a duty to his Border ancestry.
Lawson to Springwood, and a ride in a cart for a little way, but I walked the rest.
Grace stopped and remembered what Carl Vespa had said about Jack Lawson seeking her out.
He watched carefully while both Lawsons greeted the arrival of their guests, Mr.
My hunch is that Lawson knew the homicide stats very well, and that we underestimated him.
In a study by Alvin Lawson of California State University, Long Beach, eight subjects, pre-screened to eliminate UFO buffs, were hypnotized by a physician and informed that they had been abducted, brought to a spaceship and examined.
Disa Quennel wore black, her face veiled, and she was flanked on one side by a woman Darsoss had never seen before and on the other by Norma Lawson, another victim of arcanal warfare, tenderly returning a favor.
It was clear that Miss Lawson, ex-companion, had cut no kind of a figure in Market Basing.
There was no way to tell which acts of plunder had been prompted by the charity-lust of the Lawsons and which by the gluttony of Cuffy Meigs—no way to tell which communities had been immolated to feed another community one week closer to starvation and which to provide yachts for the pull-peddlers.
Miss Lawson told me that she had seen Theresa Arundell kneeling on the stairs on the night of Easter Monday.
Tom Lawson cleared through Quarantine, Customs, Immigration, and Exchange Control in three minutes flat.