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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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Brooke, 25, says she is more in love than ever after the toll the ITV show has taken on her relationship.
Corrie favourite Brooke says taking part in the ITV1 skating show has changed her life and she's deeply proud of how far she has evolved in the competition from a beginner on ice to the final.
Now, Steffy will tread carefully, as she considers whether or not to tell Brooke the truth--that she slept with Bill (Don Diamont), who is not only Liam's father, but also Brooke's very recent ex-husband.
Her younger sister desperately needs a strong parental influence, but Brooke cannot provide her with that type of stability.
According to a report on 9to5Mac, Brooke proceeded with an impromptu hands-on video of the device.
Firefighters were called to assist and Brooke made her way out safely, laughing it all off.
When the name of HMCS Margaret Brooke was announced in April 2015, it was the first RCN ship ever to be named after a living Canadian woman.
As Shawn's marriage fell apart, the lovers now had the chance to be together properly, but Brooke didn't want to commit and was ready to move on.
Being Brooke, she naturally encourages them, helping them discover the joys of dance.
Darin Brooke lashed out without warning in a pub, leaving victim David Rutherford unconscious with a fractured skull and swelling and bleeding on the brain.
Steven Barry Brooke and Rebecca Day had been drinking in the Parish in Kirkgate, Huddersfield, on the evening of December 12.
South Shields singer-songwriter Brooke Bentham is set to release her new single at the end of the month.