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Brown was educated at Eton and Bristol University and then became a freelance journalist in London, contributing to The Tatler, The Spectator, The Times Literary Supplement, Literary Review, the Evening Standard ( as a regular columnist ), The Times ( notably as parliamentary sketchwriter ; these columns were compiled into a book called A Life Inside ) and The Sunday Times ( as TV and restaurant critic ).
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Mando, pleading her cause, must have said that Dr. Brown was the most distinguished physician in the United States of America, for our man poured out his symptoms and drew a madly waving line indicating the irregularity of his pulse.
It was not until we had returned to the city to live, while I was still at Brown and Sharpe's, that I felt the full impact of evangelical Christianity.
After all, when one has asked whatever became of old Joe and Charlie when one has inquired who it was Sue Brown married and where it is they now live when questions are asked and answered about families and children, and old professors when the game and its probable outcome has been exhausted that does it.
Dr. James Brown Fisk, physicist, President of the Bell Telephone Laboratories, was elected to the Board of Trustees.
He was early exposed to the mechanical world, and in his youth often helped his father, David Brown, master clock and watchmaker, as he plied his trade.
The young apprentice apparently did well by Mr. Brown, for in the third year of his apprenticeship Lucian was offered a full partnership in the firm ; ;
Several efforts were made in this direction, and though not all of them survive to this day, the Brown & Sharpe wire gage system was eventually adopted as the American standard and is still in common use today.
Thus was invented the single thread sewing machine, which Mr. Gibbs in partnership with Mr. Willcox decided to bring to Brown & Sharpe with the proposal that the small company undertake its manufacture.
The new work was a boon to the partnership, not only for its own value but particularly for the stimulation it provided to the imagination of J. R. Brown toward yet further developments for production equipment.
Although Mr. Brown was not himself its inventor ( it was a French idea ), it is typical that his intuition first conceived the importance of mass producing this basic tool for general use.
So it was that when Mr. Brown and Mr. Sharpe first saw the French tool on exhibition in Paris in 1868, they brought a sample with them to the United States and started Brown & Sharpe in yet another field where it retains its leadership to this day.
Along with J. R. Brown's other major developments, the universal grinding machine was profoundly influential in setting the course of Brown & Sharpe for many years to come.
In 1868, however, a truce was called between the companies, and the partnership of Darling, Brown & Sharpe was formed.
Between that year and the buying out of Mr. Darling's interest in 1892, a large portion of the company's precision tool business was carried out under the name of Darling, Brown & Sharpe, and to this day many old precision tools are in use still bearing that famous trademark.
Perhaps the outstanding standard bearer of Mr. Brown's tradition for accuracy was Mr. Oscar J. Beale, whose mechanical genius closely paralleled that of Mr. Brown, and whose particular forte was the development of the exceedingly accurate measuring machinery that enabled Brown & Sharpe to manufacture gages, and therefore its products, with an accuracy exceeding anything then available elsewhere in the world.
Also important on the Brown & Sharpe scene, at the turn of the century, was Mr. Richmond Viall, Works Superintendent of the company from 1876 to 1910.
He was an ardent champion of the Brown & Sharpe Apprentice Program and personal counselor to countless able men who first developed their industrial talents with the company.
During his presidency, the company's physical plant was enormously expanded, and the length and breadth of the Brown & Sharpe machine tool line became the greatest in the world.
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According to historian of Communism Archie Brown, the memory of the Cultural Revolution, where a form of mass political mobilization turned against the Party and resulted in chaotic destruction, may account for the reticence of educated Chinese to press for an end to one-party rule.
Stuart was educated at home by his mother and tutors until the age of twelve, when he left Laurel Hill to be educated by various teachers in Wytheville, Virginia, and at the home of his aunt Anne ( Archibald's sister ) and her husband Judge James Ewell Brown ( Stuart's namesake ) at Danville.
Lancelot Brown was born in the tiny village of Kirkharle, Northumberland, and educated at Cambo School.
A Rhode Island native educated at Phillips Academy and Brown University, Chafee worked as a professional farrier for seven years before entering state politics in 1985.
In rather more impoverished circumstances, Grant Watson was educated at Bedales School and Trinity College, Cambridge ( B. A., 1909, with first-class honours in natural sciences ) after which, at 24, he joined social anthropologist Alfred Brown ( later Alfred Radcliffe-Brown ) and Daisy Bates on an ethnological expedition in Western Australia.
Young Brown was educated at St John's College, Cambridge ; after graduating at the head of the list of wranglers in 1735, he took holy orders, and was appointed minor canon and lecturer at Carlisle.
He was educated at the Moses Brown School, Providence, Rhode Island, and studied economics at the University of Virginia.
John Brown's son James Brown III was born on September 22, 1761 and educated at Harvard University where he graduated in 1780.
Brown was educated at Warwick School, where he was Head Boy, before going to study English and History in Cambridge University and worked after graduation as a History Master at Bedford School.
Brown was the son of a Fargate slater and was educated in the Portobello area of Sheffield at Robert Thompson's School.
MacIvor was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia and educated at Dalhousie University in Halifax, and then at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario .< ref >
Brown was educated at the University of Western Ontario and Humber College, and worked as a funeral director before entering public life.
Born in Brighton, a suburb of Melbourne, to John and Annie Deas Grieve ( née Brown ), Grieve was educated at Caulfield Grammar School and Wesley College.
Brown was educated at York University and Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree, an MBA, and a diploma in Business Administration.
Born in Stamford, Connecticut, and educated at Harvard University, Hawkes taught at Brown University for thirty years.
Garcia was born in Detroit, Michigan to Argentine parents, raised in Tampa, Florida, and educated at Brown University.