Definitions for osborneˈɒz bərn, -bɔrn, -boʊrn
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Osborne, John Osborne, John James Osborne(noun)
English playwright (1929-1994)
, occasionally transferred from the surname.
Origin: From a medieval given name derived from Ásbjǫrn, from áss + bjǫrn. See English bear.
Osborne is a former provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1957, and was abolished in 1999. The riding was located in south-central Winnipeg. When it was abolished, most of its territory was given to the new ridings of Fort Rouge and Lord Roberts.
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Osborne has given with one hand and taken away with the other.
It very much reminds me of 30 years ago. Everyone's bleary, pop singers, as George Osborne said, are not very good in the morning.
There has been (a decline) but that is probably as much to do with what George Osborne has done as with what the Russians have done themselves.
(Osborne's) record to date is a disappointing one of cutting investment to the lowest of any developed economy, and the slowest economic recovery on record.
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