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(ˈbrɛk ənˌrɪdʒ)

John Cabell, 1821–75, vice president of the U.S. 1857–61; Confederate general.
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Breckinridge," he continued, buttoning up his coat as we came out into the frosty air.
One of the largest stalls bore the name of Breckinridge upon it, and the proprietor a horsey-looking man, with a sharp face and trim side-whiskers was helping a boy to put up the shutters.
Turning round we saw a little rat-faced fellow standing in the centre of the circle of yellow light which was thrown by the swinging lamp, while Breckinridge, the salesman, framed in the door of his stall, was shaking his fists fiercely at the cringing figure.
Oakshott, of Brixton Road, to a salesman named Breckinridge, by him in turn to Mr.
"Well, then, of course I saw it all, and I ran off as hard as my feet would carry me to this man Breckinridge; but he had sold the lot at once, and not one word would he tell me as to where they had gone.
From the first time he stood back to admire his work on a simple, but solidly built duplex, Kelly Frye, president of Breckinridge Construction, was passionate about design and construction.
In 1923 Mary Breckinridge organized the Frontier Nursing Service in Wendover, Kentucky, to meet the health needs of rural women and children.
This school-based enterprise at Breckinridge County High School in rural Harned, Kentucky, involves students in the design, production, marketing, sales, and distribution of computer-generated merchandise inspired by the school's tiger mascot.
This month we speak to Sue Breckinridge, the Vice President of Public Affairs for the Time Warner Cable Charlotte Division.
However, unlike Theda Skocpol, who stresses the role maternalist women's organizations played in enacting mother's pensions nationally, Goodwin argues that in Chicago "social justice feminists" such as Edith Abbott, Sophonisba Breckinridge, and Julia Lathrop played the decisive role.
Because I had interviewed Smith and his wife, Bennie, in their Washington home while he was working on his memoirs, as well as Murrow proteges Larry LeSueur and Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, and gotten to know Stanley Cloud and Lynne Olson while researching my own biography of Eric Sevareid, I have looked forward to these two books for three years.