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Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858)

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abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1859)

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a university in Rhode Island

fry in a pan until it changes color

of a color similar to that of wood or earth

(of skin) deeply suntanned

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With Brown off the air, person after person complains, nobody knows what's going on in the community, who's sick and who has died.
In Giddins' next over, Graham Lloyd was bowled for a duck, chipping the ball on to his wicket and when John Crawley, who had worked hard for his first 50 of the season, was caught by Dougie Brown off Ashley Giles, Lancashire were in real trouble at 130 for six.
"We hope this won't put Mr Brown off visiting our store in the future.
PRINCE William and Kate Middleton have left Tony Blair and Gordon Brown off their guest list - risking claims the two former Prime Ministers have been snubbed by the royal couple.
Yet with the tie delicately poised, it was the Londoners who broke through again as Chapman caught Brown off her line and sent the ball looping over her head to make it 2-0 on 74 minutes.
David Knight is attempting to knock Derren Brown off his perch with his new tour, which launches at the Cedar Court Hotel on June 11.
McDonald sent Hoops skipper Scott Brown off after he clashed with Kyle Lafferty at Ibrox.
Paul Burn from South Shields had a 2lb 8oz wild brown off Tyneside Anglers Syndicate waters on the River Lyne in Cumbria.
But the GMC panel ruled that striking Brown off would be "disproportionate".
Just before the interval, Riordan almost caught Brown off his line with an audacious lob.