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  • It has yet to produce a really stupendous play, although there have been some successes – including Adam Brace's muscular Stovepipe, Joel Horwood's comedy I Caught Crabs In Walberswick and Beth Steel's dystopian Ditch.

    This week's new theatre

  • Brace's piercing scream went on without end, lifting the hair at the back of her neck.

    Soul of the Fire

  • One of Ernie Brace's four escape attempts lasted all of five minutes.

    Prendergast, Francis S.

  • One of Ernie Brace's four escape attempts lasted all of five minutes.

    Putnam, Charles L.

  • Brace's gripping story of nearly eight brutal years in captivity, in the jungle and in Hanoi, is excellently portrayed in his book, A Code to Keep.

    Long, Stephen G.

  • During this time, Sgt. Chaicharn was brutally beaten because of Ernest Brace's escape.

    Harnavee, Tha Chan "Chip"

  • It had been agreed that the Lieutenant-Governorship should go to a colored man, but after Brace's declination the Ames managers were obliged to take one of two men, -- H.C. C.rter, or A.K. Davis.

    The Facts of Reconstruction

  • In other words, Grant was Brace's second choice for the nomination.

    The Facts of Reconstruction

  • Mother Brace's hands fell upon the potato-pan, knife and all.

    The King's Daughter and Other Stories for Girls

  • Senator Brace's life, exclusive of his career in the Senate.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 7, 1922

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