Brennan


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Brennan

Christopher John. 1870--1932, Australian poet and classical scholar, disciple of Mallarmé and exponent of French symbolism in Australian verse
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But the real mischief began when Brennan sprang his gyroscopic mono-rail car upon the Royal Society.
Few of them anticipated a tithe of what the Brennan mono-rail would do for their railway securities and the face of the world.
3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Brennan Investment Group, LLC, a private real estate investment firm that acquires, develops and operates industrial properties on a national basis, has acquired an eight-building industrial portfolio totaling 254,915 square feet.
Carl Martin Brennan, 31, left Mark Alan Roberts with a 15cm long cut to his arm from what was believed to be a Stanley knife or similar weapon.
Brennan and his wife Deborah of Leicester, Peter J.
The event is being produced by Chuck Brennan, founder of the Brennan Rock & Roll Academy, former music industry executive and philanthropist.
Eileen Brennan was nominated in 1981 for an Oscar for her supporting role in the comedy, "Private Benjamin" as U.
Overall, Brennan proposes to "determine whether a citizen should vote at all and how she should vote if she chooses to do so.
Emma Donoghue set herself no easy task as a playwright in her ambitious attempt to condense the life and work of the enigmatic Irish-American writer Maeve Brennan into a one hour and forty-five minute dramatic performance set between 1949 (the year she began her career at the New Yorker) and the 1960s.
There have been no reported sightings of Brennan, whose 78th birthday was on Sunday, since he left his home in Wheeldon Avenue, Derby, at 4.
Bill Brennan, a 92-year-old Milwaukee-area priest, said the superior of his religious community told him of the restrictions Nov.
Maximillian Surrey, 20, and Paul Brennan, 23, are alleged to have been part of a "joint enterprise" to hold up the Lifestyles store on Horrocks Close, Netherton.