Braine


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Braine

John (Gerard). 1922--86, English novelist, whose works include Room at the Top (1957) and Life at the Top (1962)
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Then the whole band camped with good grace outside the gate of Braine, on that hill where stands a mill, beside the cavities of the ancient chalk pits.
He is a key figure in Welsh landscape painting Richard Braine, of Fountain Fine Art, says: "Thomas is one of the most important figures in Welsh landscape painting and for good reason.
This exhibition showed work by Houedard, Mark Dean (an Anglican priest), and the younger artists Aliki Braine and Anna Sikorska and explored the theme of the title.
Among the retailers is stain glass artist Mia Braine, originally from South Africa, who runs Babulous Glass.
Tyler hit Darren Braine with a blunt object so hard that fragments of his skull became embedded in his brain.
GUEST SPEAKER: Modern recruits to the Navy tended to be studious, scientific types, guest speaker Capt S R Braine of HMS Ceres told diners at the inaugural dinner of the Huddersfield branch of the Royal Naval Association, held at the Packhorse Hotel this week in 1953.
A separate charge, that Notman attacked another woman, Harriet Braine, by punching and kicking her, was also dropped.
We illustrate the important aspects of these conditions with examples from two municipalities with Belgian neighborhood watch projects: Lochristi and Braine l'Alleud.
I (International Spice and Food Import), based in Braine L'Alleud, has also recalled some of its Madras curry (Curry powder Madras 450g ISFI) as a precautionary measure after having found methyl yellow in an Indian-imported batch.