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  • proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Patrick J. Brownsey (1948-).

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  • "It's Mar's to lose," said Keith Brownsey, a political scientist with Mount Royal University in Calgary.

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  • "When you look at the size of that market and the pace with which it is growing, you have to pay attention to that," British Columbia Film president and chief executive officer Richard Brownsey.

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  • The Chinese industry is also interested in Vancouver's training expertise; Brownsey says there's a possibility local institutions may eventually set up shop in Beijing.

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  • Brownsey wouldn't be surprised if the Tories captured an even bigger majority than Ms. Redford's predecessor, Ed Stelmach, managed to orchestrate in 2008 when his party took 72 seats, and perhaps rival the infamous "Ralph's world" performance in 2001 by then-premier Ralph Klein, who enjoyed a 74-seat romp.

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  • Brownsey, the Tories now appeal to the broad middle of the political spectrum.

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  • "I think she set a whole new tone," said Keith Brownsey, a political scientist with Mount Royal University in Calgary.

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  • "If he gets over 40 per cent, arithmetically, it's very difficult to catch him," said Keith Brownsey, a political scientist with Calgary's Mount Royal University.

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  • Brownsey said the low turnout is to be expected - the campaign has dragged on for eight months; Tory support has bled off to the upstart, right wing Wildrose Party; and voters have become disillusioned with politics.

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  • All this political activity may increase voter turnout in the next election, but Brownsey says Albertans may sour on the Wildrose Alliance once they've seen the party's policies.

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  • But Prof. Brownsey said it's impossible to know what average public opinion is - only that the

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