Brewster


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Brew·ster

 (bro͞o′stər), William 1567-1644.
English Pilgrim colonist who sailed to America on the Mayflower (1620) and was the religious leader of Plymouth Colony.

Brewster

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(Biography) Sir David. 1781–1868, Scottish physicist, noted for his studies of the polarization of light

Brew•ster

(ˈbru stər)

n.
William, 1560?–1644, Pilgrim settler.
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All this, in frankness, to show my first impression, after long denial of women in general and of Maud Brewster in particular.
Wladimir Klitschko avenged the most painful loss of his career with a technical knockout of Lamon Brewster in their IBF heavyweight title fight in Cologne.
But it was Brewster who emerged victorious via a fifth-round technical knockout.
Brewster will make his move after returning from holiday next week.
Brewster is in the Lower Cape, on the bay side of the Cape's elbow.
Until shortly before her death at age seventy-three on Good Friday in 1952, Brewster was still busy with the quiet work of an urban missionary, visiting homes by the hundreds and conducting Vacation Bible Schools all summer long.
He has beaten better opponents, towers over Brewster by three inches and has the punch power to back up his huge height advantage.
Brewster scored the goal which took the trophy to Tannadice for the first time and stopped a Rangers record of back-to-back Trebles.
The next morning, the sun rose before Brewster Rooster.
When the millionaire French international saw Brewster being pursued outside Harrods he grabbed him.
In a 26-page decision, Brewster, a judge for the U.