Bryce


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Bryce

(braɪs)

n.
James, 1st Viscount, 1838–1922, British diplomat, historian, and jurist: born in Ireland.
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And it was at this precise moment, just as the two spectators, reinforced now by eleven other men of sporting tastes, were congratulating themselves on their acumen in having stopped to watch, that Police-Constable Robert Bryce, intruding fourteen stones of bone and muscle between the combatants, addressed to Mr Shute these memorable words: ''Ullo, 'ullo!
'Not while I'm here you wouldn't, young fellow,' said Mr Bryce, with decision.
'And you pop off, too, all of you,' continued Mr Bryce. 'Blest if I know what kids are coming to nowadays.
I'm the fellow to bring old Bryce up to the scratch.
"Oh, we've got a splendid tenant--Hamar Bryce, an invalid.
Less than two minutes after he began, Bryce cut himself off: "I'm not a stupid guy, and I know when I'm competing against a chicken leg."
4,000 feet from the bryce canyon airport terminal to the well site.
Defendant Nathan Bryce and a 17-year-old youth had originally been charged with attempted robbery in February.
America National Parks series of high-definition video essays, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capital Reef: Cedar Breaks, Glen Canyon & Rainbow Bridge reveals a wealth of beautiful national parks found in Utah.
Speaking from his hospital bed in Belfast as he recovers from hypothermia, Matthew Bryce vowed he will never surf again.
Matthew Bryce, 22, was reported missing by family when he failed to return from a Sunday morning surf off the Argyll coast of Scotland.
By TREVOR BRYCE. Oxford: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2014.