Bryant


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Bry·ant

(brī'ănt),
Thomas, English surgeon, 1828-1914. See: Bryant traction.
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Bryant finished with 31 points while the Knicks got 24 from Curry and 19 each from Quentin Richardson and Jamal Crawford.
But the story of Bryant Park's success now reaches beyond its six acres.
But rather than build a weighty case that supports this reality, Bryant leaves the reader to wonder exactly why he believes this to be true.
Using the slave narrative as a beginning model, Bryant locates few truly heroic figures, in the sense of physical defiance.
Bryant recognizes that a sociological study of ethics needs to be historically contextualized, that is that it must be rooted in an account of the society and societal changes that produced the ethics under consideration.
He's proven to be a true competitor, and he's backed by one of the strongest teams in the IndyCar Series," said Kevin Dudash, Bryant brand manager.
The Lakers started the fourth quarter with a lineup of Lamar Odom, Jordan Farmar, Sasha Vujacic, Maurice Evans and Brian Cook and coughed up a seven-point lead while Kobe Bryant was resting on the bench.
In this brief moment, the racial and gendered nature of the Kobe Bryant case penetrated the surface.
Having owned, managed and redeveloped in the Philadelphia area since 1994, Bryant has a keen appreciation for the high desirability of the area for retailers, Hascoe said.
NEW YORK -- Lane Bryant, the nation's leader in plus-size fashion, is proud to announce the opening of its newest store in Oak Park, Illinois.
BOSTON -- If Kobe Bryant felt as if he was ``grounded'' while sitting in his hotel room and serving a one-game NBA suspension Tuesday night, then how would he describe the feeling in returning with a 43-point barrage against the Boston Celtics?