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brinkman

(ˈbrɪŋkmən)
n, pl -men
a person who practises brinkmanship
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Vancouver-based Brinkman began writing and performing original rap poetry in 1998 as an undergraduate student.
Performers at the Gathering include Banda Brisca from Italy, Zephyrus, an English bagpipe orchestra, Becky Taylor on Irish and Northumbrian pipes and Baba Brinkman, from Canada with the Rap Canterbury Tales.
Brinkman's suit, which he filed in his capacity as a taxpayer with the help of the Arkansas-based Alliance Defense Fund, argues that the effect of Miami University's policy is precisely to recognize a "marriage-mimicking" relationship, and that it therefore diminishes the institution of marriage.
Mr Brinkman, also known as Kevin Nicolson, died only six months before he was due to marry Diana Wakeford.
Pc Kevin Brinkman, 33, died and two of his colleagues were injured when a coach smashed into their minibus in Phuket in March last year, just six months before he was due to marry his fiancee, Diana Wakeford.
Gropius's Bauhaus, Le Corhusier's Project for the League of Nations and Brinkman and Van der Vlugt's Van Nelle factory were the Grand Projects of the late 1920s.
of America is uniquely positioned to help chain drug retailers exploit the demand, according to Peter Brinkman, the company's vice president of marketing.
The grant also enabled the district to hire Elementary PE Specialist Bruce Brinkman to teach K-2 teachers pint-sized fitness routines, many of which combine academics and fitness.
Kevin Brinkman, originally from Glasgow, died in a bus crash on the island of Phuket on Tuesday.
of Wisconsin-Stout, John Brinkman, Lincoln High School, Pete Heimdahl, Univ.
Kees Weeda, the former Rotterdam cultural administrator who recently joined the Raad voor Cultuur, sees a major shift underway in the role of art, most famously heralded in the late '80s as smeermiddel (lubricant) for the economy by the then-minister of culture Eelco Brinkman. "We have gone through many models of culture to legitimate arts funding--beauty, well-being, quality, economics," says Weeda.
The data generated by the thousands of microarray experiments are processed by bioinformaticists headed by Fiona Brinkman, an assistant professor of molecular biology and biochemistry at Simon Fraser University.