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Browne

(brown),
Denis John, 20th-century British surgeon. See: Denis Browne pouch, Denis Browne splint.
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It replied that Mr Browne was the registered keeper of the vehicle but did not have any insurance.
The win gives Browne a real shot at winning Angler of the Year for the Northern Division.
Glosses are provided for many words that either appear in modern dictionaries or, if used by Browne in ways that differ slightly from modern usage, seem clear enough in their context: in Religio Medici alone, glosses are provided for importunity, singularity, clime, prelates, usurpation, scrupulous, take up the gauntlet, extirpate, inveigle (spelled differently in text and in key word in gloss), solecism, equivocal (twice), cosmography, prodigies, hieroglyphics, Pentateuch, legerdemain, changelings, progenies, antipathies (twice), construe, memento mori, livery, flaming mountains ("volcanoes"), inundation, reprehension, impostures, peccadillo, quotidian, prating, husbandman, deleterious.
Educated at St Francis Xavier College, and afterwards at Stonyhurst, Joseph Browne joined the Society of Jesus in 1874 and was ordained in 1889.
In more recent years, Browne tended to sit out most, if not all, of the league as he gradually eased himself back but with no sign of the Mount Sion legend well into the month of April this year, his decision to retire comes as no great surprise.
Currently, Browne serves as president and chief operating officer of Harleysville Insurance, a Nationwide Insurance Company.
Founding partners Dan Kosta and Michael Browne teamed with investor Chris Costello in 2001.
A combination of fun activities for children - for seven years old and above - based on their favourite Anthony Browne characters, and lovely illustrations make it a must-see exhibition.
Between sets, Paul Dieter, co-producer of Browne's last four albums (and working the soundboard last night), summed the evening up best, saying it was like seeing Browne play in his living room.
The court heard Browne had been receiving help for his alcohol addiction at the Swanswell Centre in Hillfields but on the day of the attack he had relapsed.
Browne chose a '60s uptown church lady silhouette as a starting point for his far-out tricks, bold in an industry that treats sex appeal as the ultimate ideal.
Browne acknowledged that he was 24 when the attempt to recruit him for spying was made.