Drury Lane

Drury Lane, a celebrated London theatre founded in 1663, in what was a fashionable quarter of the city then; has since that time been thrice burnt down; was the scene of Garrick's triumphs, and of those of many of his illustrious successors, though it is now given up chiefly to pantomimes and spectacular exhibitions.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Drury, Dru * Druses
Droysen
Droz
Droz, Gustav
Druids
Drumclog Moss
Drummond, Henry
Drummond, Captain Thomas
Drummond, William
Drummond Light
Drury, Dru
Drury Lane
Druses
Drusus, M. Livius
Drusus, M. Livius
Drusus, Nero Claudius
Dryads
Dryas
Dryasdust
Dryburgh
Dryden, John
Dualism

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