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Brooke

1. Alan Francis. See (1st Viscount) Alanbrooke
2. Sir James. 1803--68, British soldier; first rajah of Sarawak (1841--63)
3. Rupert (Chawner). 1887--1915, British lyric poet, noted for his idealistic war poetry, which made him a national hero
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"Well, he is a plucky youngster, and will make a player," says Brooke.
Brooke looked up and said quickly, Young ladies in America love independence as much as their ancestors did, and are admired and respected for supporting themselves."
Brooke laid his book on her lap with an inviting smile.
Brooke made no comment as she returned the book to Meg, who said innocently, "I thought it was poetry." "Some of it is.
Brooke, as she paused, quite ignoring her many mistakes, and looking as if he did indeed love to teach.
Brooke looked so contented and cheerful that Meg was ashamed to lament her hard lot.
Brooke rather bitterly as he absently put the dead rose in the hole he had made and covered it up, like a little grave.
Brooke, looking cheerful again, but before he could finish his speech, Ned, mounted on the old horse, came lumbering up to display his equestrian skill before the young ladies, and there was no more quiet that day.
Brooke Bond tea, best known for its packs' collectable cards, is to make an official return to the UK after about 20 years.
Brooke Vincent has filmed her last scene for Coronation Street - prompting the pregnant actress to say an emotional goodbye before going on maternity leave.
BROOKE Vincent has said an emotional goodbye to Coronation Street as she goes on her maternity leave.
Stockton-based Brooke Harland, one of the youngest competitors at just eight years old, dominated the opening two classes with her pony, Farchynys Sienna, taking both the 70cm and 80cm National Club Junior Championship Finals.