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bryony

(brī′ə-nē)
n. pl. bryo·nies
1. Any of various Eurasian tendril-bearing vines of the genus Bryonia, having red or black berries and tuberous roots formerly used as medicine.
2. The black bryony.
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Briony said: "I read a book in school about the English Royal Family and having the biggest jewels and I wanted to know if was true.
Briony, 15, added: "We were all over the place on the 16th but we managed to scrape a point - and then we thought we needed to birdie the last two.
estate in 1935, where Briony Tallis wrongly accuses her older sister
We share a Peugeot 207 at the moment but Briony can have the Mini - I'm a gentleman and a scholar.
From left, Samuel West, Briony Albert, Patrick Woodroffe and Suzahn Fiering watch as Sir Paul McCartney and Janice | |Long, centre, dance at the LIPA graduation in The BT Convention Centre
Much to Robbie's chagrin, he and Cecilia are interrupted, in flagrante delicto, by thirteen-year-old Briony, the precocious child, the would-be author.
Briony tragically jumped to her death under a train last year at the age of 56.
When Briony starts to feel tired and achy, she is not sure what is happening--maybe she is depressed because the Starling Black series has ended?
But Briony is about to learn that fantasy and reality aren't always so easy to distinguish, and life doesn't have to lose its magic just because you're growing up.
ACTRESS Briony Mc-Roberts has died after being hit by a Tube train near her home.