brugh

brugh

(ˈbʌrə)
n
1. a mansion or large house
2. dialect a town or borough
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Junior Composition: Matthew Kaminski, Oregon; Daniel Brugh, teacher
Participating composers include Safar and Schwarzkopf of Eugene; Portlanders Daniel Brugh, Jennifer Wright, Jeff Winslow, Nicholas Yandell, Susan Alexjander, Ted Clifford and Lisa Ann Marsh; and Brandon Stewart from Vancouver, Wash.
The Bairns Instrumental Instrumental ensemble; 6' of Brugh, op.
Of special interest is 'The Will of Elizabeth de Brugh, 1355) that concludes the primary texts.
She later married a gawky kid from Nebraska named Arly Brugh and helped him become pretty-boy superstar Robert Taylor, guiding his way through the intricacies of studio politics.
His real name was Spangler Arlington Brugh before he became an actor with MGM.
Similarly, Brugh (1996) also observed the effect of age in the pathogenicity of AIV.
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One of Kees's playmates was Spangler Arlington Brugh, better known as the actor Robert Taylor, whom he followed to Doane College in 1931.
Knowth and other sites in the Brugh na Boinne area of eastern Ireland have been most widely studied for their prehistoric use.