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  • proper noun An English surname.


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  • It was the death, and such a death, of Knighton's wife which was presumably responsible for the expression of discreet woe on the face of the Clerk to Chambers, a man called Brownrigg, who showed Wexford and Burden into Dobson-Flint's room.

    The Speaker Of Mandarin

  • I will be speaking at this event, along with Michael, Rob Annable of Birmingham-based Axis Design and various of the StickyWorld project contributors (who include Edward Cullinan Architects, HTA, Make, Scott Brownrigg and the University of East London).

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  • Sylvia Brownrigg on Darkmans by Nicola Barker: But to suggest that this dazzling, complex novel has anything quite as conventional as a plot would be misleading.

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  • Brownrigg is completely believable as the pompous literary romance novelist who sees himself initially above horror and in fact remarks early on that he does not even get scared.

    Red Victoria (2008)

  • Brownrigg walks perfectly calm down the white stripe of this highway, unflinching in the oncoming headlights.

    Red Victoria (2008)

  • Brownrigg wrote an explanation for the problem in a blog post:

    Uh-Oh, Vongo! Users Encounter Issues

  • The short but vivid career of Brownrigg and that of the more prolific Larry Buchannan who made the MARK OF THE WITCH precursor THE NAKED WITCH, in Luckenbach, Texas remind me that I favor Texas horror that utilizes the Lone Star State because it has to... because the productions are based there and can't afford to travel anywhere else.

    Don't mess with Texas Horror!

  • From WeblogsWork: 'Boeing gave Chris Brownrigg, their web designer, 48 hours to design and launch a blog for Boeing VP Randy Baseler.

    Boeing launches Blog, um, No, JOURNAL !

  • See Brownrigg (1985) for description of the FAO project out of which this publication came.

    14. Saving seeds for planting

  • 'I'm getting more help than I expected from that chap Brownrigg who's the Clerk to Chambers where Knighton used to be.

    The Speaker Of Mandarin


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