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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.
Breckinridge, with discussion of their actions on the field of Shiloh and lives afterwards, as well as their colonels and brigadier generals.
Breckinridge Street) to present existing conditions, to describe the planning process and to hear public input on area issues and concerns.
She introduces readers to Mary Carson Breckinridge, who travelled by horse to see her patients in Kentucky and to Australian Elizabeth Kenny, who was a pioneer in treating patients with polio.
By now, you are probably aware that Command Sergeant Major James Breckinridge was selected as the new regimental command sergeant major.
A 2-year-quest in Breckinridge County, Kentucky, ended when Hunter Shrewsberry shot this bruiser.
Breckinridge, the Buck and Breck cocktail was once lost to history, until author and mixologist David Wondrich brought it back to life for his 2007 book, "Imbibe" The drink contains brandy, absinthe, aromatic bitters and champagne (basically a Sazerac Royale).
Myra Breckinridge is the most celebrated novel penned by which American writer?
As an alumnus of FNU, I am grateful and proud to be part of the incredible legacy of Mary Breckinridge and in my own way take the baton to continue what she started