- Charles Far·rer [far-er] /ˈfær ər/, Artemus Ward, 1834–67, U.S. humorist.
- Sir Thomas,1605–82, English physician and author.
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In Europe, more energy sources would prevent such a harmful reliance on Russia, which is one reason Browne is pro-fracking.
Browne was going to leave his job a year after he resigned anyway, but how did he cope leaving in the way he did?
In 1966 Browne joined BP as an apprentice; his postings with them bought him to the US.
Browne admits the book is a testament to his inner science geek.
Browne was known as a “green” CEO, looking to fund sustainable new energy sources and to curb environmental damage.
Browne explained that she was going to take up some sort of work in Chicago.A Daughter of the Middle Border
The bushrangers were now reduced to three: Howe, Watts, and Browne.
Then Major Browne came up, and he was also very complimentary.A Yeoman's Letters
P. T. Ross
You are Miss Browne while you are in the—er—shop, I understand?A Sheaf of Corn
Mary E. Mann
Browne frequently cross-referred readers to pages in the book.Practical Taxidermy
- Coral (Edith). 1913–91, Australian actress: married to Vincent Price
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- Sir Thomas . 1605–82, English physician and author, noted for his magniloquent prose style. His works include Religio Medici (1642) and Hydriotaphia or Urn Burial (1658)