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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After describing the selection and appointment of Justice Brennan, this paper concludes that, while complaints expressed by President Eisenhower about Brennan in the years after his appointment may have reflected genuine frustration with Brennan's liberal bent, this dissatisfaction was not reflective of the factors that influenced Eisenhower when he selected Brennan.
Brennan Investment Group said this acquisition illustrates the company's criteria to acquire industrial assets at a low basis in infill markets, with the ability to increase cash flow through leasing.
Colliers International represented Brennan in its sale to Morgan Stanley's Prime Property Fund.
Brennan was released from the Tallaght club by mutual consent, news of which was delivered in a 15-word Hoops statement.
Brennan pursues this goal across an expansive terrain of Marxist criticism, and those not familiar with its geography risk confusion and disorientation.
Mr Roberts had intervened in a 3am row between Brennan and Joanne Brotherton outside her home in Park Square, Blaenau Ffestiniog, on June 8 last year.
To Brennan's dismay, Stephen Wermiel, to whom the access was granted, could not complete the book while Brennan was alive.
According to the Agency, it has made a strategic commitment to Kennebec County in Maine and the Brennan Insurance transaction would complement the Davis and Fairfield-Kilgore insurance agencies, which it has merged in 2013.
Organized by Chuck Brennan, founder of the Brennan Rock & Roll Academy, THE Fundraiser included live performances of some of the greatest rock & roll hits of all time by the artists themselves.
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.