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Brian

(ˈbraɪən)
n
(Biography) Havergal (ˈhævəɡəl). 1876–1972, English composer, who wrote 32 symphonies, including the large-scale Gothic Symphony (1919–27)
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Nay, by St Mary, brother Brian, you must not think you are now in Palestine, predominating over heathen Turks and infidel Saracens; we islanders love not blows, save those of holy Church, who chasteneth whom she loveth.
To the right,'' said Brian, ``to the best of my remembrance.
At length Brian remarked, what had at first escaped him in the twilight; ``Here is some one either asleep, or lying dead at the foot of this cross Hugo, stir him with the but-end of thy lance.
In the reign of King John one of them was rich enough to give a manor to the Knights Hospitallers; and in Edward the Second's time your forefather Brian was summoned to Westminster to attend the great Council there.
Then Sir Brian de les Isles and Grummore Grummorsum, knights of the castle, encountered with Sir Aglovale and Sir Tor, and Sir Tor smote down Sir Grummore Grummorsum to the earth.
Brian, to the ladies: "You're a bunch of dykes, for Christ's sake.
MURDER accused Steven Sidebottom was seen with mechanic Brian McKandie the night before he was bludgeoned to death, a court heard.
The Who legend Roger Daltrey has slated AC/DC for their treatment of singer Brian Johnson by replacing him with "karaoke" Axl Rose.
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.
Synopsis: Brian May and his father Harold decided to make an electric guitar.
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.