Bryant


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Bry·ant

(brī'ănt),
Thomas, English surgeon, 1828-1914. See: Bryant traction.
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On behalf of his estate, Bryant's family filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Feb.
Chubb announced the appointment of Kyle Bryant to the newly created position of head of Financial Lines for Continental Europe.
"After discussions with the various stakeholders of Animation Is Film, the decision has been made to remove Kobe Bryant from the 2018 jury," festival founder Eric Beckman said in a statement.
While Bryant would prefer to face the Cowboys twice a year, it's highly doubtful he sticks around the NFC East.
" The reaction to Bryant's nomination was not all positive, however.
The suit was brought on behalf of three people killed or injured when Michael Jefferson Bryant allegedly ran over them in a sport utility vehicle that he had stolen from his parents' home in Springfield on Nov.
Royce West sued Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant for allegedly trashing the lawmaker's rental home, the football player is striking back.
RETIRED NBA star Kobe Bryant certainly knows a thing or two on international basketball success.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 29, 2016-Intel promotes Diane Bryant as EVP
If you are an Englishman, a Welshman, a Scot, a Canadian, or an Australian of less than retirement age--or an American of any age--your response to that query could well be "No idea." If, on the other hand, you were born before World War II within Britain's erstwhile empire, you possess a good chance of having often seen Bryant's name in print as you were growing up.
I was disgusted to read the comments by Rhondda MP Chris Bryant criticising internet trolls for trolling him and other MPs ('Don't listen to Twitter trolls, says MP Bryant,' December 11).
In what is a divergence from a long career of success, Kobe Bryant, 37, has struggled over the course of the 2015-2016 NBA season, shooting 33 percent from the field and 24 percent from beyond the 3-point line.