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Brian

Havergal . 1876--1972, English composer, who wrote 32 symphonies, including the large-scale Gothic Symphony (1919--27)
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The third day of evidence at the High Court in Aberdeen concentrated on the two days before Brian's body was found on Saturday, March 12, 2016, at his home near Rothienorman, Aberdeenshire.
Now Brian spends his days chatting to everyone who walks past, aiming to brighten up their day with positivity and a friendly smile.
So I'll just say it: Brian Doyle is the best Catholic writer of his generation.
Brian, who lived in an orphanage in Zimbabwe until he was six, faced being sent back to Africa despite being adopted by his British dad, Peter White, when he was 12.
Brian began recording in the Hollywood Studios in 1974 for film, TV, records, jingles, and videogames.
The Australian rockers called in Gun N' Roses' Axl after doctors advised longtime frontman Brian not to perform due to loss of hearing.
Byline: NEWS brianlee4@virginmedia.com ...with Brian Lee
Brian Roycroft was one of the longest serving directors of social services in the UK, and when he died in 2002 he left money to a self titled fund at the Community Foundation Tyne and Wear and Northumberland.
Lisa Hancock, Injured Jockeys Fund chief executive I'm delighted for Brian. It's been a very long road back and he's done incredibly well.
Synopsis: Brian May and his father Harold decided to make an electric guitar.
Greater Media announced 97.5 The Fanatic WPEN-FM Philadelphia is debuting a new midday lineup for the Football season featuring former Philadelphia Eagles Brian Westbrook and Brian Baldinger.