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Charles Brown

Charles BrownAge: 76 blues singer and pianist whose smooth, sophisticated style influenced the development of lounge blues. A member of Johnny Moore and the Three Blazers, he sang the hit &#82…

Charles BROWNE

BROWNE, Charles, a Representative from New Jersey; born in Philadelphia, Pa., September 28, 1875; attended private schools in Philadelphia; was graduated from Princeton University in 1896; stud…

Charles BROWN

BROWN, Charles, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Philadelphia, Pa., September 23, 1797; attended the public schools; in early boyhood moved with his father to Cumberland County, N.J.…

Brown

A copper coin, a penny; so called from its colour. Similarly a sovereign is a “yellow boy.” (See Blunt.) To be done brown. To be roasted, deceived, taken in. Source: Diction…

Charles Harrison BROWN

BROWN, Charles Harrison, a Representative from Missouri; born in Coweta, Wagoner County, Okla., October 22, 1920; attended the public schools in Humansville and Republic, Mo., and high school i…

Charles Brown LORE

LORE, Charles Brown, a Representative from Delaware; born in Odessa, New Castle County, Del., March 16, 1831; attended the public schools and Middletown Academy, Delaware; was graduated from Di…

Charles Elwood BROWN

BROWN, Charles Elwood, a Representative from Ohio; born in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 4, 1834; attended the common schools and Greenfield Academy, and was graduated from Miami University, Oxford, O…

Dennis Brown

Dennis BrownAge: 42 Jamaican reggae singer who established his popularity in the 1970s at the age of 12. The “Crown Prince of Reggae” earned a Grammy nomination in 1995 for his alb…

Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown is the wishy-washy child hero of the newspaper comic strip Peanuts. Charlie Brown is a lovable loser who dreams of hitting the game-winning home run but usually strikes out. He first ap…

Paul BROWN

BROWN, Paul, a Representative from Georgia; born near Hartwell, Hart County, Ga., March 31, 1880; attended the public schools; was graduated in 1901 from the Lumpkin Law School, University of G…