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Browne

1. Coral (Edith). 1913--91, Australian actress: married to Vincent Price
2. Hablot Knight. See Phiz
3. Sir Thomas. 1605--82, English physician and author, noted for his magniloquent prose style. His works include Religio Medici (1642) and Hydriotaphia or Urn Burial (1658)
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What can you say about Browne and Rousey's simple and intimate wedding?
An atheist who got to page seventy-eight of The God Delusion, Aldersey-Williams sees in Browne a useful corrective to fundamentalism (210).
A jury at Birmingham Coroner's Court heard that the officer, known as Officer A, first spotted Mr Browne as he was driving "a bit quick" just after 11pm on April 1 this year.
The left-handed reel keeps Browne in contact with his fast-sinking jig during its entire strike-provoking descent.
Of the volumes that have appeared so far in this Oxford series, Browne is by far the longest, many hundreds of pages longer than Samuel Johnson or William Wordsworth, two hundred more than John Donne.
Father Browne came of a family who had been closely identified with the religious and commercial life of Liverpool.
Having made his first senior appearance for the county in October 1991, last July's classic qualifier loss to Kilkenny in Thurles, when Browne was introduced as a substitute less than two weeks after his 40th birthday, proved to be his final game for Waterford.
Water utility Aqua America Inc (NYSE:WTR) reported on Thursday the addition of Michael Browne to its board of directors.
The new Kosta Browne winery at The Barlow development in Sebastopol, Calif.
You can also play The Shape Game, a drawing game invented by Browne that gets the whole family involved.
Browne played 23 songs in two-and-half hours, which included a brief intermission and a rousing, two-song encore.
At Coventry Crown Court on Friday, Browne appeared on three charges - a breach of a suspended sentence, criminal damage and assault by beating.