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- proper n. A surname for someone living by a brook.
- proper n. A surname, a transliteration and normalization of Hebrew ברך (barúkh, "blessed").
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
- proper n. A female given name of modern usage; more often spelled Brooke.
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The brook we had crossed was called Kit's Brook, because, three miles from its junction with the Big Fish, lived on its banks one Kit Cruncher, an old hunter and trapper, who, until the arrival of Mr. Mellowtone, five years before, had been Matt's only neighbor.
Maldonado-Contr, 26, of Plainfield was summonsed for illegally dumping debris into a brook at Brook and Sanford avenues.
The word "Brook" also appeared as a clue in the quickie puzzle, another possible reference to the News International chief executive,Brooks was said to have ordered two senior figures at the company to search the paper for hidden messages from disgruntled staff but it appears they overlooked the crossword.
Meljean Brook is giving away signed copies of Demon Angel and Demon Night.
Mountain Brook (Ala.), 8: 59. 18i (No. 4 all-time indoor team);
Brook is expected to go within the first 10 picks in the upcoming draft with Robin not too far behind.
Despite testing poorly in agility tests recently, Brook is expected to be taken among the draft's first 10 picks; Robin will likely be selected within the first 20.
Both are 7-feet and about 260 pounds (Robin weighs 5 to 10 pounds less), but Brook is a prototypical center with polished footwork, big-time scoring prowess and shot-blocking ability.
Meljean Brook is running not one but two contests on her blog.
Roaring Brook is generally diligent about design, too.
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