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Brewer's: Brother

or Frère. A friar not in orders. (See Father.) Brother (So-and-so). A fellow-barrister. Brother Benedict. A married man. (See Benedict.) Brother Birch. A fellow-school-master. Brother…

Brother

Director/Writer:Takeshi KitanoSony Pictures Classics; NR; 112 minutesRelease:7/01Cast:Takeshi Kitano, Omar Epps, Claude Maki Japanese filmmaker Takeshi Kitano received international acclaim fo…

The Brothers

Director/Writer:Gary HardwickScreen Gems; R; 105 minutesRelease:3/01Cast:Bill Bellamy, Morris Chestnut, Gabrielle Union According to the 2000 Census figures, Latinos roughly match African Amer…

The Mills Brothers

A smooth vocal quartet, the Mills Brothers were most popular from the 1930s through the 1960s. The original group included four brothers: Donald, Harry, Herbert, and John Jr. Their father, John Sr., j…

Smith Brothers

The Question: What were the first names of the two Smith brothers of Smith Brothers' Cough Drops fame? The Answer: The first names of the bearde…

The Brothers Grimm

The German brothers Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm spent years collecting and researching folk tales early in the 19th century. They published Children's and Household Tales in 1812, a collection which becam…

The Wright Brothers

Brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright built and flew the first airplane in human history. The brothers were engineers and tinkerers who founded the Wright Cycle Comany in Dayton, Ohio in 1892. While the …

The Jonas Brothers

A musical trio of tousle-haired brunettes, the Jonas Brothers were called "Disney's emo heartthrobs" by Rolling Stone magazine in 2008. The three handsome brothers are Kevin (b. 1987), Joe (b. 1989) a…

The Brothers Karamazov

The Brothers Karamazov are the title characters in Fedor Dostoyevsky's last and longest novel. It is by turns a family drama, love rivalry, murder mystery, legal thriller and character study of 19th-c…

The Nicholas Brothers

The Nicholas Brothers were a tremendously acrobatic tap dancing team of the mid-20th century. The sons of vaudeville musicians, the brothers began singing and dancing as youngsters. Their act develope…