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a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)

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IT and medical technology are two key high growth/high innovation areas experiencing a need for capital and the kind of advice and counsel a venture investor can offer," said Fred Morris, partner with Brook.
This theater was renovated to Brook's specifications for The Mahabharata, and his critically acclaimed Cherry Orchard appeared there in 1988; but no Brook production has appeared in New York since.
First Oak Brook is being advised by Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc.
Her parents Mary and Ken Brook are avid ultra distance runners who have competed in the Western States 100-mile endurance run and numerous marathons and road races.
Even little adjustments in materials and behavior can lessen the impact on the environment, Brooks said later.
There is always this feeling you know, 'I have been doing this for years, my dad has been doing this for years,' and any major change that is suggested is going to bring about a certain amount of discomfort," Brooks said.
Hill says that as a tapper Brooks makes an impression with the rhythm.
Understanding this has placed Brooks at an advantage.
Jeanice Brooks masterfully places a simple song type in historical, social, cultural, literary, gender, and musical contexts, demonstrating how varied the influences on a genre can be.
Brooks, who sailed with the Merchant Marines from 1943 to 1948, serving in the Mediterranean and Atlantic theaters during the war.
In Report from Part One, Gwendolyn Brooks gives an account of her "conversion" to Black [1] militancy at the 1967 Fisk Writers' Conference.
BOBOS IN PARADISE: The New Upper Class and How They Got There by David Brooks Simon & Schuster, $25.
Just a few months after selling his 51 stake in the former Brooks Sausage Co.
Once again, Brooks has buried the lead (as Albert Brooks' neurotic newscaster memorably confessed to doing in the filmmaker's 1987 film ``Broadcast News'').