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Brooke

(bruk),
Henry A.G., English dermatologist, 1854-1919. See: Brooke tumor.

Brooke

(bruk),
Bryan N., 20th-century British surgeon. See: Brooke ileostomy.
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Brookes has been a food manufacturer since the late 1950's, earning a reputation for making top quality pies from a public house in Warwickshire, England.
From what I read about the Brooke family history, George Frederick appears to be related to the Armitage Bridge Brookes," said Robin.
As part of her training, Brookes took a course in what is known as ``problem-solving policing,'' innovative police tactics that focus on issues like why many crimes repeatedly occur at the same place or how to design environmental safeguards against criminals.
The bride is the daughter of Richard Brookes, of Lepton, and the late Elaine Brookes, and the bridegroom is the son of John and Mandy Dunbar, of New Mill.
Married Brookes, of Westonsuper-Mare, Somerset, also used the site to watch a recording of a six-month-old baby being abused.
Her Majestys Canadian Ship (HMCS) Margaret Brooke will be the second of the RCNs upcoming Harry DeWolf-Class Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessels.
Mr Bozman said: "He'd ordered a drink from the bar when Mr Brookes came out from nowhere and grabbed him.
JOSH BROOKES ended the three-race unbeaten run of Shane Byrne by winning the second race of round 2 of the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship at Oulton Park.
Darren Brookes, 36, sent Lisa Brown the texts and made several threatening phone calls between August 24 and 28.
SANDWICH shop worker Daniel Brookes stole more than pounds 1,000 from his employers.
Brookes, 82, of Silver Springs, formerly of Haddam, CT, husband of 50 years to the late Mary (Corcoran) Brookes, died Thursday March 12, 2009 at Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala.
Although not present for the whole process, Brookes documents the actual building of the guitar with colorful descriptions of this semi-magical process.

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