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Bryce

[brahys] /braɪs/
noun
1.
James, 1st Viscount, 1838–1922, British diplomat, historian, and jurist: born in Ireland.
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  • In other words, you yield to what Mr. Bryce calls "the fatalism of the multitude."

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  • He came to much the same conclusions as Messrs. Bryce and Temperley.

  • Perhaps I am putting it too strongly—only Mrs. Bryce and her husband did not like her.

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    Rosa Nouchette Carey
  • Mrs. Bryce is a very shrewd person; she is not likely to make mistakes.

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  • Mrs. Bryce was very kind to Kester, but mamma never got on with her.

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