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  • proper noun A male given name, a nonstandard spelling of Brian.

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Examples

  • Edwin Bryon Tucker was flying a flak suppression mission over North Vietnam on 24 April, 1967, when he was shot down.

    Tucker, Edwin B.

  • The man was later identified as Bryon Womack, 43 of Cicero, and is being held at Lake County Jail for charges of attempted carjacking, resisting law enforcement and possession of marijuana.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • The man was later identified as Bryon Womack, 43 of Cicero, and is being held at Lake County Jail for charges of attempted carjacking, resisting law enforcement and possession of marijuana.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • The fire also scorched the side of a vacant building next door as well as the front of Persaud's brother's house, Vijay 'Bryon' Persaud who lived opposite.

    Stabroek News

  • "We saw brain changes that are consistent with that of other things that are considered rewarding such as money, food or drugs," explained study author Dr. Bryon Adinoff, a professor of psychiatry at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.

    More evidence tanning beds may be addictive

  • “That I am, young lady,” Bryon says, turning on the charm.

    Me and Lord Byron at Last Call

  • With the recent debt downgrade, the government cannot subsidize federal jobs; therefore, I am appointing John Bryon, my Secretary of Commerce nominee and a former CEO, as Jobs Czar to work closely with American employers, large and small alike, to stimulate domestic investment and create 10 million jobs over the next decade.

    Bill George: What the President Should Say on Jobs and the Economy

  • Woods will use childhood friend Bryon Bell as his interim caddie this week and most likely at next week's PGA Championship in Georgia before naming a successor.

    Big Names Tee Up for Thailand

  • With the recent debt downgrade, the government cannot subsidize federal jobs; therefore, I am appointing John Bryon, my Secretary of Commerce nominee and a former CEO, as Jobs Czar to work closely with American employers, large and small alike, to stimulate domestic investment and create 10 million jobs over the next decade.

    Bill George: What the President Should Say on Jobs and the Economy

  • With the recent debt downgrade, the government cannot subsidize federal jobs; therefore, I am appointing John Bryon, my Secretary of Commerce nominee and a former CEO, as Jobs Czar to work closely with American employers, large and small alike, to stimulate domestic investment and create 10 million jobs over the next decade.

    Bill George: What the President Should Say on Jobs and the Economy

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