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United States anthropologist who was the first to attempt a systematic classification of Native American languages (1837-1899)

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While there aren't hard and fast national statistics, Brinton says Utah is "way ahead" of many states in esthetics demand.
The Brinton Museum sits at the base of the Big Horn Mountain Range in the town of Big Horn, southwest of Sheridan.
Ms Brinton added: "[It] is very frustrating for us: We didn't win the election.
While satellite imagery on its own is useful, greater benefit comes from extracting meaningful information that can be used by first responder and recovery agencies," Brinton said.
Brinton was there as a campaign leader for the National Center for Lesbian Right's #BornPerfect campaign.
It is time to revisit the 1938 classic study by Craine Brinton, 'The Anatomy of Revolution,' in the wake of the Arab Spring revolutions with particular focus on Egypt.
Howard Brinton stands as one of the most important Quaker thinkers
Brinton, director of atherometabolic research at the Utah Foundation for Biomedical Research in Salt Lake City.
But the new French-made device, which costs the same as one implant, is a huge improvement, said expert Julie Brinton.
The coatings producer has concentrated the business focus on exports, which fits perfectly with the ongoing strategy within operations, said Tony Brinton, managing director at Ultrachem.
Brinton, founder of Star Power Systems, has joined the Advisory Board.
More than 60 schools are participating at the festival, and students will be able to interact with authors during workshops and storytelling," said Jeremy Brinton, chief executive officer, Magrudy Enterprises.
At a ceremony recently Mr Michael Brinton, Lord Lieutenant of Worcestershire, presented the Queen's Award for Enterprise 2007 in the category Innovation to Reg Freeman, managing director of Freeman Technology.
We felt using RSS feeds was a better solution for a subscription service," says Jill Brinton from the Office of the Webmaster.