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Ber·ry·man

 (bĕr′ē-mən), John Originally John Smith. 1914-1972.
American poet whose dramatic and personal works include Homage to Mistress Bradstreet (1956) and the collection 77 Dream Songs (1964).

Berryman

(ˈbɛrɪmən)
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(Biography) John. 1914–72, US poet and critic, author of Homage to Mistress Bradstreet (1956) and Dream Songs (1964–68)

Ber•ry•man

(ˈbɛr i mən)

n.
John, 1914–72, U.S. poet.
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John and Victoria Berryman, who now live at the house, were intrigued when local postman Jonny Haigh hand-delivered the letter to their door just days ago.
Amy Berryman - skated really well to win two silver medals and a bronze in a very high standard competition.
Berryman will remain in an advisory role into the fall to ensure a smooth transition.
Berryman (who is the founder of Godly Play and Senior Fellow of the Center for the Theology of Childhood) invites the reader into a creative process that explores what it means to be spiritually mature, starting with Jesus' injunction to 'become like a child'.
Here's just a point I want to make, concerning Galway's statement that he didn't take classes with Blackmur or Berryman because he didn't believe in teaching writing.
John Berryman was attracted to Bruegel's Hunters in the Snow, which inspired his poem Winter Landscape.
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Fly-half Carlo Canna, fresh from Italy's World Cup campaign, chipped in with 14 points in Parma, with Dion Berryman scoring Zebre's only try.
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