Brennan


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Bren·nan

 (brĕn′ən), William Joseph, Jr. 1906-1997.
American jurist who served as an associate justice of the US Supreme Court (1956-1990).

Brennan

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(Biography) Christopher John. 1870–1932, Australian poet and classical scholar, disciple of Mallarmé and exponent of French symbolism in Australian verse
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GAVIN BRENNAN stuck the boot into manager Stephen Bradley as he left Shamrock Rovers yesterday following his sensational Twitter meltdown.
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Carl Martin Brennan, 31, left Mark Alan Roberts with a 15cm long cut to his arm from what was believed to be a Stanley knife or similar weapon.
Brennan was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Eisenhower in 1956 and served for thirty-four years.
Norton Insurance Agency declared that it has purchased the Brennan Insurance Agency of Winthrop, Maine for an undisclosed amount.
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