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Synonyms for Bryan

United States lawyer and politician who advocated free silver and prosecuted John Scopes (1925) for teaching evolution in a Tennessee high school (1860-1925)

a town of east central Texas

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The results are then sent to a Bryan Telemedicine board-certified physician for review.
Now led by members of the founding family's fourth and fifth generations--brothers Tom and David Bryan, cousin Matt Bryan, and Tom's son Justin Bryan--BMG has grown on the strength of the Frank Bryan and Quality Concrete brands, plus Pittsburgh-centered aggregate dredging and depot assets acquired in the mid-1990s from Dravo Inc.
Bryan picked himself up off the grass, where he'd been knocked flat.
Bryan died at a care home in Johannesburg on Monday aged 77.
Langenberg to hospitalize Bryan absent any indication of dehydration, was on re-direct examination.
Bryan became a fellow at the organisation's annual lunch at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel, London.
Bryan opened the cage, and Patch crawled into his lap, licking his fingers and rolling over for his belly rub.
We came home from Europe without a title," Bob Bryan said.
Onlookers at California's San Diego County Fair feared the worst when the heavyweight beast trampled Bryan as he lay dazed on the floor.
Animal lover Kathy Bryan of Licking County, Ohio, was upset when she was forced to kill three wolves.
THE STORM: What Went Wrong and Why during Hurricane Katrina--The Inside story from One Louisiana Scientist IVOR VAN HEERDEN AND MIKE BRYAN
Lonette Bryan served as a contract specialist at the General Services Administration from December 1997 to November 2002.
In fact, Bryan notes, "We've been able to eliminate one whole type of technology, and that's a tremendous savings in terms of cost and support.