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Bruton

John Gerard. born 1947, Irish politician: leader of the Fine Gael party from 1990; prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1994--97)
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Philip's father was a surgeon in good practice, and his hospital appointments suggested an established position; so that it was a surprise on his sudden death from blood-poisoning to find that he had left his widow little more than his life insurance and what could be got for the lease of their house in Bruton Street.
Richard Bruton outlined the Government's aims to lower greenhouse gas emissions and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 at an industry meeting in Dublin.
Gemma Bruton, of Newhouse, had admitted a charge of possessing the class-C drug Clonazolam at Sainsbury's in Raploch and at Falkirk Police Office.
NO BALLET SHOES IN SYRIA by Catherine Bruton, Nosy Crow, paperback PS6.99, ebook PS4.74.
RICHARD Bruton has been appointed as Communications Minister following Denis Naughten's shock resignation.
Minister Bruton and Secretary of State Hinds discussed the common challenges facing both countries education and training systems in a rapidly changing world.
THE Cardiff office of Bruton Knowles has appointed a new partner and head of office.
PROPERTY consultancy Bruton Knowles has appointed Matthew Goaley as an associate at its Birmingham office.
X-linked agammaglobulinemia (XLA) is a primary immunodeficiency with more than 600 mutations in Bruton tyrosine kinase (Bkt) gene which are responsible for early-onset agammaglobulinemia and repeated infections.
The absence of suspended Slovakian Boris Valabik was balanced by the return of Josh Godfrey for Blaze who set the standard with a second-minute goal from Chris Bruton.
Bruton Smith, who in February stepped down as CEO of Speedway Motorsports Inc., has increased the voting power of his three sons in the company.
Bruton began his Acme career in 1994 as a grinding room utility/operator at the original Bennett site, west of Fort Worth.