Brodie


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Bro·die

(brō'dē),
Benjamin C., British surgeon, 1783-1862. See: Brodie abscess, Brodie bursa, Brodie disease, Brodie knee.

Bro·die

(brō'dē),
Charles Gordon, Scottish anatomist and surgeon, 1860-1933. See: Brodie ligament.

Bro·die

(brō'dē),
Thomas Gregor, British physiologist, 1866-1916. See: Brodie fluid.
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Kirklees Magistrates' Court heard that Brodie disabled following a car crash as a teenager had a problem with drink and drugs.
It was Southport - and that man Brodie - who broke the deadlock on 66 minutes.
In Tokyo seeking a rare painting, Brodie is approached by a 90-year-old veteran of World War II asking for protection because members of his military detachment in Manchuria during the war-time occupation by Japan were being murdered.
Brodie is white, about 5ft 10in and of a medium build.
Fr Brodie said he first met the Cardiff churchman when he became Rector of Midland, in Perth, in 1969.
Brodie soaked up the atmosphere with his father, Gullane professional Alasdair Good, who is also the tournament coordinator.
Telesto") for a number of satellite deposits including Brodie and was reported in the Company's August 16, 2013 news release.
Former Conference Premier Golden Boot winner Brodie joined Gateshead in the summer after three years at Crawley Town, the last two involving long-term loans at Fleetwood Town and Morecambe.
Brodie, of Trimdon Avenue, Middlesbrough, said he was being used by a drug dealer and that his role was "just driving around".
Furious Brodie, 42, has called in police but says he is baffled that the intruder ignored a pile of cash sitting on his table.
Debuting October 12 during HSN's Insider New York event, the Carol Brodie Collection includes a home decor assortment inspired by her favorite jewels.
Mike Brodie is settled in the sense that he rents a room that has a closet with clothes hung up, a bookshelf and a radio, but his mind is always moving.