BRENDA


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BRENDABraunschweig Enzyme Database (Technical University of Brunswick Institute for Bioinformatics and Biochemistry; Germany)
BRENDABuilding and Real Estate Network (Belgian)
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But then Ophelia had probably known Hamlet a long while; and Brenda Troil--she had known Mordaunt Merton ever since they were children; but then he seems to have been an estimable young man; and Minna was still more deeply in love with Cleveland, who was a stranger.
I will end up back in hospital'" explained Brenda, who has worked with the partnership since 2004.
I am pleased that the Senate has confirmed Brenda Burman as the Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation.
Brenda speaks with a musical voice and laughs frequently.
Then Russell said we could all come back here for the night," said Brenda.
Brenda didn't want to lose her job, so she swallowed her emotions and her pride.
But little Brenda, originally named Linda Blair, had been given up for adoption and stayed in the area.
As the youngest of nine children from a working-class family, Brenda says she couldn't have gone to drama school if she didn't get the grant - and would never have been able to pay today's fees.
The cafe worker is shocked when young April asks whether he and Brenda are splitting up, but realises that the intuitive youngster has picked up on the tension in their faltering marriage.
Audiences are invited to pay a visit to Brenda who will be introducing them to her dazzling array of familiar friends and the ladies she loves.
Despite being injured, Lauren, 18, died while protecting her sister as she threw herself in McNally's line of fire as he tried to kill Brenda in May last year.
But for sisters Judy Patchett and Brenda Chandler, the meeting was anything but ordinary - it was the first time they had met after a family secret kept them apart for almost 70 years.