from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Brennan, William Joseph, Jr. 1906-1997. American jurist who served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1956-1990).
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- proper n. A surname, from Irish Ó Braonáin "descendant of Braonáin", which is a diminutive of braon "moisture, drop".
- proper n. A male given name of mostly American usage, from the surname, or a variant of Brendan.
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"The way Booth talks to Brennan is totally revealing."
Michael sez, Stella Brennan is a New Zealand artist who concentrates on the strange iconography of digital culture.
Brennan is just a shill and a high-paid mouthpiece.
But it's the exterior that Brennan is thinking of with the rCube.
Katherine Brennan is a happy 2-year-old who loves listening to music, playing a toy drum, looking at flashcards, reading stories with her parents, and holding her 10-month-old brother.
Brennan is just providing cover, and doing a pretty rotten job of it.
As someone who finds myself defending Bush more than I would like, I don't see how Brennan is actually blaming George W. Bush here.
I understand what Brennan is trying to say, but downplaying what happened is a very bad move.
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