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(brown'ing),
William, U.S. anatomist and neurologist, 1855-1941. See: Browning vein.

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The Brownings remain in Florence in the early summer of 1857, rather than going to England.
Many pictures of the Nazi forces in WWII show them holding or wearing Brownings made at the Fabrique Nationale factory the Germans took over after their early conquest of Belgium.
A spokesman said: "The club has instructed its trademark attorneys, Marks & Clerk, to oppose Brownings' trademark application.
Robert Browning, though only vaguely Dissenting and even more vaguely Liberal, was among those who recognized the political and aesthetic implications of theology.
The discussion above on "Thou indeed, little swallow" suggests this possibility, and the two versions of the antipenultimate poem on the Houghton manuscript offer an even stronger indication that the two Brownings were, to some extent, engaged in a common effort to translate poems from Anacreon.
This year, two companies are offering special-edition firearms during the auction: a Colt 1911 and two Browning firarms.
But the idea of a gas-operated automatic weapon was an altogether revolutionary idea and its originator, unassuming Utah gun-maker John Moses Browning, the most creative inventive genius ever to apply his talents to the creation of firearms.
He said one of his sons had been in Boy Scouts with one of the Brownings' sons.
Because of the size of the counter-claim - it began as pounds 120,000 and rose as high as pounds 2 million over the Brownings' fears of the damage to their business caused by the disease - it became the most important aspect of the litigation.
In a letter of 15 February 1859 from Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Isa Blagden, written while the Brownings were staying in Rome, Elizabeth asks her correspondent to
The Brownings' Correspondence continues to be the most significant contribution to the study of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning of the last several decades.
Down through the years a number of modifications have been made to the Browning automatic Five, yet it was 55 years before anyone developed a successful autoloading shotgun to compete with John Brownings's gun.