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- proper n. A male given name of Welsh origin from a word meaning hill or mound.
- proper n. A female given name in occasional modern use.
- proper n. Part of several place names in Wales and elsewhere.
- proper n. A township in Wigan, Lancashire.
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Bryn is such a beautiful little baby … Bethenny looks OVER the moon!!
A memorial use will be reason upon Feb 7 during eleven AM during a Church of a Redeemer in Bryn Mawr.
| Inquirer | 06/28/2007: On Sunday, animal-control officers captured a three-foot alligator at the park, a surprising find that came three days after they pinched a five-footer less than a mile downstream, in Bryn Athyn.
The dog is described as the size of a labrador, is brinley and black in colour and he called Bryn.
I find them ironic as well, although in the fifties, “ironic” was a term we Bryn Mawr English majors could stay up all night debating the nuances of, the way my daughter-in-law goes on and on about cacao percentages in chocolate, or how much artificial sweetener or sodium is in every box on my pantry shelf.
He came to the hill called Bryn Myr. in at dusk, and slept again by a wood.
“I see it very clearly,” said I. “Well, your worship, that’s called Bryn y Llo — the Hill of the Calf, or the Calf Plynlimmon, which makes the sixth summit.”
The band played them all and played them well, then quickly warmed into a happy, feverish triplet of a loose-and-free "Bryn," the Auto-Tune tweaked
Once a music student at Harcum College outside of Bryn Mawr, this former East Coast cabaret singer who sang in the film The Lost Weekend likes living on the West Coast..
By far the brainiest of the Seven Sisters — cussed, straight-backed, high-minded, and feminist (its students, so the wags said, preferred the Ph.D. to the Mrs.) — Bryn Mawr was probably the least likely college that Betty Draper, given to such non-U genteelisms as “passed away,” would have attended.
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