“This had not been my choice, but apparently “no” was not a word Bronwyn readily understood.”
“As the designers chatted on stage with author, broadcaster and fashion enthusiast Bronwyn Cosgrave during the London Fashion panel discussion, it became endearingly apparent that these designers are in fact all friends and respect each other's aesthetic.”
“Al Shabaab became a counterinsurgency operation, attracting the attention of Al Qaeda and global Jihadists, according to Bronwyn Bruton, who wrote a report on the country as a fellow for the Council on Foreign Relations.”
“Bronwyn Curtis , global head of research at HSBC, said of her own experience: It was really hard to maintain a high-powered job, even if you have nannies and au-pairs, children want you.”
“Bronwyn, please email me your address (nalinisinghwrites AT gmail DOT com), so I can send it through to Anna.”
“Bronwyn - I did exactly the same thing with the Lord's prayer when Rick Warren began the prayer - a shot of joy exploded in my heart at that moment - unlike you I didn't learn that prayer until I was 33 years old, lying on my sick bed in Davos, Switzerland - half dying of pnemonia.”
“All of the earthquakes on this map are significant, said ESRI analyst Bronwyn Agrios, noting that the analysis was eye-opening for those on ESRI's staff.”
“The heroine, Bronwyn "the Bronwynator," picks men up and uses or discards them.”
“ After they cut their dreads out, Bronwyn looked so cute; her hair grew out in a sweet little pixie.”
“I noticed that Bronwyn pronounced her name in the opposite way that Roger had, practically spitting out the syllables.”
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