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Brooke

[ brook ]
/ brʊk /
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noun
Sir James, 1803–68, British soldier and adventurer: rajah of Sarawak.
Rupert, 1887–1915, English poet.
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Brooke
/ (brʊk) /

noun
Alan FrancisSee Alanbrooke
Sir James . 1803–68, British soldier; first rajah of Sarawak (1841–63)
Rupert (Chawner). 1887–1915, British lyric poet, noted for his idealistic war poetry, which made him a national hero
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