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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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Judge Martin Picton jailed Brookes, who admitted four charges of making indecent images of children, for 20 months.
Mr Bozman said: "Eventually the door staff were able to restrain Mr Brookes and get him outside.
Byrne leads the standings 95-65 from Brookes, with James Ellison - third in each of the races on the Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki - on 64 points in overall third place.
When he was arrested on August 28, Brookes claimed that they were empty threats which he did not intend to carry out and that he was intoxicated.
Brookes was also given a 12-month community order, nine months under supervision, and ordered to carry out 60 hours unpaid work.
Besides being a player and lover of the guitar, Brookes is a commentator for National Public Radio.
But Brooke, who was the first Black senator since Reconstruction and who is now a gentleman farmer on a 151-acre farm in Warrenton, Va.
Stirling Council chief executive Keith Yates said: "Questions involving Tommy Brookes and a land transaction were brought to my attention by the leader and deputy leader of the council.
Brookes & Vernons had been hit by a decision earlier this year by major client JCB to withdraw its contract after a 30-year association.
Black Country-born Brookes, 42, originally denied even being present during the flashpoint, saying he had been in the toilet.
She had often suggested that I should meet Sir Steven Runciman, whose book on the Brookes had been commissioned by the colonial government.
a leading innovator of electronic musical instruments, is thrilled to highlight the very talented Jonatha Brooke as part of its Artist Program.

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