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Upjohn, Richard

Syllabification: Up·john, Richard
Pronunciation: /ˈəpˌjän
 
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Definition of Upjohn, Richard in English:

( 1802–78), US architect; born in England. He is best known for his buildings, such as Trinity Church 1839–46 in New York City, that are designed in Gothic Revival style.

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