- James, 1st Viscount,1838–1922, British diplomat, historian, and jurist: born in Ireland.
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The National is made up of two sets of brothers, Aaron and Bryce Dessner and Scott and Bryan Devendorf, and Matt.Matt & Tom Berninger on The National’s Doc ‘Mistaken for Strangers’
April 25, 2013
As Bryce Covert recently reported in The Nation, many new parents take on debt in order to finance time off.Beyond Marissa Mayer, Bigger Problems for America’s New Mothers
July 20, 2012
Bryce McNitt writes on public policy and politics issues for a number of sites.David's Book Club: From Family Collapse to America's Decline
April 11, 2012
The villain in the recent film adaptation of The Help, Hilly (Bryce Dallas Howard), is an awful person.12 Craziest Pie Scenes
November 21, 2011
"Bad weather inside and out," Bryce chatted to Benton, who wasn't fond of chatting.Dr. Scarpetta Heads to Psych Ward
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February 23, 2009
In other words, you yield to what Mr. Bryce calls "the fatalism of the multitude."The American Mind
He came to much the same conclusions as Messrs. Bryce and Temperley.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2
Mrs. Bryce is a very shrewd person; she is not likely to make mistakes.
Perhaps I am putting it too strongly—only Mrs. Bryce and her husband did not like her.
Mrs. Bryce was very kind to Kester, but mamma never got on with her.