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Brownson

[ broun-suhn ]

noun

  1. Orestes Augustus, 1803–76, U.S. writer.


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Brownson, the Cleveland Browns’ chief of staff, coached the tight ends against the Jacksonville Jaguars, filling in for Drew Petzing.

Dr. Orestes Brownson, no mean judge on such matters, spoke of him as the most promising philosophical mind in the country.

In the course of his life he had met a great many people; he might know something about Brownson.

Here Walkirk had told the little story of Brownson, and had said nothing of any subsequent engagement.

Brownson ordered the anchor hoisted, and, with the men at the guns, the cruiser headed towards the city.

Orestes A. Brownson, able and indefatigable with his pen, recognized the idea of ransom.

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