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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Brodie placed 11th overall and secured a new personal best score of 31:07.
Brodie described how Thomas-Kyle, four, was left "sobbing" when he realised he would not make it in time for the 9.
Brodie, who is wanted for a number of violent offences in his native county, added he went to Belfast before travelling to his home in Glasgow.
The traditional images re-enact the events, but don't carry emotional weight," says Brodie.
Brodies Coffee Camper will open at 8am on Friday, August 26.
In a statement, the Copeland family said: "We are heartbroken and in shock over the loss of Brodie Copeland, an amazing son and brother who lit up our lives, and Sean Copeland, a wonderful husband and father.
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.
Kirklees Magistrates' Court heard that Brodie disabled following a car crash as a teenager had a problem with drink and drugs.
On completion of his first body of work (recently collected in Tones of Dirt and Bone, Twin Palms Publishers, 2015), and before embarking on the remainder of his long photographic journey, Brodie wrote: "The photos?
It was Southport - and that man Brodie - who broke the deadlock on 66 minutes.
Telesto") for a number of satellite deposits including Brodie and was reported in the Company's August 16, 2013 news release.