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Bartlett said she is also planning to send her children to camp this summer.
Similar guidelines should be applied to birthday celebrations, Bartlett said.
In 2019, four women accused Brough of making unwanted and aggressive advances – and one of those women was Bartlett.
Jackson was an exceptional math and science student; the dreaded Bartlett was one of his favorite professors.
OK, for good measure I asked a non-liberal, the policy expert Bruce Bartlett.
So (co-stars) Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett, and I got to hang out and explore the city before we shot there.‘Looking’ Star Jonathan Groff Talks About His Big Gay TV Show. (And Whether We Should Call It That.)|Kevin Fallon|January 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Barro, a young Bloomberg View columnist, is (it seems to me) more than halfway down the Frum-Bartlett path.
Josh Barro is sometimes included, as are David Frum and Bruce Bartlett.
His son, Steven James Bartlett, has published fifteen books and many papers in philosophy and psychology.The Haciendas of Mexico|Paul Alexander Bartlett
Madam Bartlett should have been born in the seventeenth century.
That first meal with the Misses Bartlett was an ordeal he never forgot.
She held it up, kept it together, maintained the proud old Bartlett tradition.
But it remained for Madam Bartlett to render him the service of which he was most in need.