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Brennan

[bren-uh n] /ˈbrɛn ən/
noun
1.
William Joseph, Jr. 1906–97, U.S. lawyer and jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1956–90.
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  • Brennan puffed at his inevitable cigarette as they headed for Gibson's office.

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  • He handed them a sealed envelope addressed, "Brennan and Gallant."

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  • He noticed that Brennan was also studying Gibson questioningly.

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  • Brennan and John answered negatively by shaking their heads.

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  • John saw Brennan look at Gibson with what he thought was unbounded admiration.

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British Dictionary definitions for Brennan

Brennan

/ˈbrɛnən/
noun
1.
Christopher John. 1870–1932, Australian poet and classical scholar, disciple of Mallarmé and exponent of French symbolism in Australian verse
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