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  • 1 Brunt — (br[u^]nt), n. [OE. brunt, bront, fr. Icel. bruna to rush; cf. Icel. brenna to burn. Cf. {Burn}, v. t.] 1. The heat, or utmost violence, of an onset; the strength or greatest fury of any contention; as, the brunt of a battle. [1913 Webster] 2.… …

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  • 2 First Battle of Bull Run — (First Manassas) Part of the American Civil War Fi …

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  • 3 brunt — (n.) early 14c., a sharp blow, of uncertain origin, perhaps from O.N. brundr sexual heat, or bruna to advance like wildfire. Meaning chief force is first attested 1570s …

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  • 4 First Battle of Maryang San — Part of the …

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  • 5 Brunt — This interesting surname of English origin is either a topographical name for someone who lived by a piece of ground that had been cleared by fire, deriving from the middle English brent burnt , or a locational name from one of the places in… …

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  • 6 John Brunt — Infobox Military Person name=John Henry Cound Brunt lived=1922 ndash;1944 caption=John Brunt as depicted on the original sign of the public house that bears his name placeofbirth=Priest Weston, England placeofdeath=Faenza, Italy allegiance=… …

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  • 7 Chris Brunt — Personal information Full name Christopher Brunt …

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  • 8 Martin Brunt — Martin Edward Brunt (born Camberley, Surrey, England, on 5 February 1955) is crime correspondent for Sky News who joined the channel for its launch in 1989.[1] After studying magazine journalism at the London College of Printing (now the London… …

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  • 9 Maureen Brunt — (born December 20, 1982 in Portage, Wisconsin[1]) is an American curler. She began curling at the age of 5 at the Portage Curling Club, a few short blocks from her home. Career Brunt began curling competitively at the age of fourteen. She was the …

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  • 10 David Brunt — Sir David Brunt KBE (17 June 1886 – 5 February 1965)[1] was a Welsh meteorologist. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Honours and Awards …

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  • 11 John Brunt V.C. (public house) — The John Brunt V.C. is a public house in Paddock Wood in Kent. Originally named The Kent Arms, on 3 September 1947 the pub was formally renamed John Brunt V.C. in honour of an English soldier, John Brunt, who won the Victoria Cross in the Second… …

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  • 12 Dominic Brunt — Born 15 April 1970 (1970 04 15) (age 41) Macclesfield, UK Occupation Actor Years active 1995 present Spouse …

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  • 13 Daryl Brunt — Daryl Milton Byron Brunt (born December 16, 1988) is a Sudbury, Ontario resident and was contestant on the third season of the hit reality show Canadian Idol. He began his high school career in 2002 as a vocal major at Sudbury Secondary School… …

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  • 14 America First Committee — Official America First Committee Logo The America First Committee (AFC) was the foremost non interventionist pressure group against the American entry into World War II. Peaking at 800,000 members, it was likely the largest anti war organization… …

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  • 15 Charlemagne — • Biography of the emperor covering his political, military, and religious entanglements Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Charlemagne     Charlemagne      …

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  • 16 James Vernon — (1646 1727) was an English politician and secretary of state for both the Northern and the Southern Departments during the reign of William III.Origins and educationVernon was a younger son of Francis Vernon of London (a scion of the Vernons of… …

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  • 17 onset — n.; (also onslaught) Attack, assault, charge, storm, storming, first brunt …

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  • 18 storm — I. n. 1. Tempest, gale, hurricane, tornado, squall, whirlwind, violent wind (usually accompanied with rain, hail, or snow). 2. Disturbance, agitation, commotion, tumult, turmoil, clamor, sedition, insurrection, outbreak. 3. Calamity, adversity,… …

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  • 19 ULLATHORNE, William Bernard (1806-1889) — first Roman Catholic vicar general of Australia, bishop of Birmingham was born at Pocklington, Yorkshire, on 7 May 1806. His father, William Ullathorne, was a prosperous grocer, draper and spirit merchant, his mother was originally Hannah… …

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  • 20 Bobby Orr — For other people of the same name, see Robert Orr (disambiguation). Bobby Orr Orr in March 2010 …

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