- Maurice Braz·il [braz-uh l] /ˈbræz əl/, 1859–1924, U.S. painter.
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Contemporary Examples of prendergast
“They are solutions-oriented people and they work often together on outcomes that advance U.S. interests,” Prendergast said.Susan Rice and John Kerry Will Battle For Obama’s Ear
Josh Rogin, Eli Lake
June 6, 2013
"I think the regime in Khartoum always had a plan," asserts Prendergast.Sudan's New Game-Changer
March 12, 2011
“These guys have spent more time on the ground in Abyei than most American officials have,” Kerry says of Clooney and Prendergast.George Clooney: A 21st-Century Statesman
February 21, 2011
Historical Examples of prendergast
But there was no moving Prendergast and those who were with him.
Prendergast; but to Owen, absence made a much greater difference.
Mrs. Prendergast entered the schoolroom, outside which she had been holding this colloquy.
Mrs. Prendergast was less pleased after than before this promise.
She and Mr. Prendergast are all that remains of the old life.