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Browne

(brown),
Denis John, 20th-century British surgeon. See: Denis Browne pouch, Denis Browne splint.
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Browne's lock-up was raided and officials found cases of booze, card machines, computers and even a list of banned addresses.
Karl Robinson was desperate to resign the 21-year-old and thought he had his man, but admitted the U's were powerless to prevent Browne heading for Teesside after a "late but fantastic" offer from Boro.
Browne stated that many of the students are not able to cope with the economic constraints that are currently in the Country.
"People are the distinguisher now more than ever," said Browne, "and we have the proven skills to source, secure, and retain the top talent our clients rely upon us to find, giving them the competitive edge in their respective industries."
Browne, of Shepherds Hay, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, told the court he didn't know Frankie, and claimed he'd tried to prevent the altercation which led to his death.
In another shot, Browne is carrying her in his arms as he kicks the front door.
Tonight With Vincent Browne is screened on TV3 at 11pm.
A jury at Birmingham Coroner's Court heard that the officer, known as Officer A, first spotted Mr Browne as he was driving "a bit quick" just after 11pm on April 1 this year.
Browne flipped a 1-ounce jig through matted grass, including milfoil and eelgrass as well as rafts of flotsam blown against trees.