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brinkman

(ˈbrɪŋkmən)
n, pl -men
a person who practises brinkmanship
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Brinkman presents some of his English essays on ecumenical issues in sections on the unity of the church, sacraments of the church, ministry, and tradition hermeneutics.
William Brinkman, professor of pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati.
Brinkman seeks to learn which of these two factors is more influential in attracting educated workers to large cities.
3 November 2015 - US-based healthcare development company Anchor Health Properties and US-based healthcare manager and developer Brinkman Management and Development, are merging of the two companies under the name of Anchor Health Properties, the companies said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 3, 2015-Anchor Health Properties Merges with Brinkman Management and Development
An attorney named Helen Brinkman filed suit on behalf of an anonymous group, asking a court to declare the hill an open public forum.
Wenatchee Valley College sociology professor Richard Brinkman will begin his attempt to hike the entire Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) from its southern starting point, the Mexican border to the Canadian border on April 20.
Police caught David Brinkman, 68, with 694 indecent pictures and 88 video clips of children.
Brinkman of the Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center and his colleagues (Drug Alcohol Depend.
When winemaker Jeff Brinkman started working in 2006 for Rhys Vineyards in California's Santa Cruz Mountains, the wines were being made in owner Kevin Harvey's garage in Portola Valley, Calif.
I WRITE on behalf of the Resident Doctors Association (RDA) about an article by professional nursing adviser Anne Brinkman entitled "Disparities undermine nursing", published in the March Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand (p30).
The FESAC asked Brinkman to charge FESAC to assist DOE to prepare a fusion plan.