American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Brant, Joseph Originally Thayendanegea. 1742-1807. Mohawk leader who supported the British in the French and Indian War and the American Revolution.
“BOWMAN: That's Captain Brant Auge, who's leading the mission.”
“In the attorney general¢s case, Wisniewski pleaded guilty to a grand larceny charge linked to a $120,000 deal to build a home in Brant, court officials said.”
“The only problem with Beth Brant is that her books seem to be a little hard to find!”
“Beth Brant is a Mohawk writer that I discovered during my Native Writing class.”
“Much as I appreciate the Jack Taylor books, Brant is the man.”
“Ronnie Merrill then drove in Brant Ust with a fifth-inning sacrifice fly to tie the game at 2-2 for Erie.”
“So they came up here to carve out a new life for themselves and we have been here for more than five generations and are deeply entrenched in Brant County, farm-wise let us say, because as far as politics are concerned, these things come and go.”
“Brant Little was born in Brant County which is very close to where George Cockshutt and I live.”
“It seems that in Brant’s, post of march 6, he believes Amazon has no liabilities and asked “will Amazon become a lender”.”
“After announcing their divorce in March 2009, things got ugly between the couple, with Brant alleging Seymour had a drug and alcohol problem and Seymour calling Brant controlling.”
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