[ bringk-lee ]


  1. David, 1920–2003, U.S. broadcast journalist.

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Brinkley said the Department of Defense has a process for any civilian aircraft manufacturers and operators to petition for access to its restricted airspace, and the FAA is not necessarily involved.

The boy said his name was John Romulus Brinkley, he was 17 years old, and he wanted to be a doctor.

Brinkley explained that despite all the recent advances in medicine, there still was nothing to be done for impotence.

Eyes averted, Stittsworth asked if there was anything Doc Brinkley could do for…“you know… sexual weakness?”

Historian Douglas Brinkley says Nixon was the last New Deal president.

A year earlier the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite and The Huntley-Brinkley Report on NBC had expanded to a half-hour.

"We get later and later," said Mrs. Brinkley to John Munt, as she sat watching the slow gathering of the crowd.

"That isn't exactly what people are saying to Mrs. Pasmer, Mrs. Brinkley," suggested Munt, with his humorous manner.

Mrs. Brinkley gave him an account of Dan Mavering as she had seen him at Campobello, and of his family as she just heard of them.

Corey made these utterances in response to a sharper pressure of Mrs. Brinkley's fan on his arm.

Mrs. Brinkley saw them there together, and a little later she saw old Corey wander off; forgetful of Miss Wrayne.