Unfortunately brill's piece is also inspiring more comment that the only solution is to extend Medicare to all: single-payer.
The typically somber atmosphere at the bi-annual church convocation was punctuated by hollers, applause and a shout of “brill!”
Yet brill himself along the way shows why this would be a bad idea.
Even so, brill offers a prediction of where the debate on teacher tenure is headed.
I wish I was a young Carole King, working in the brill Building.
My notion is, brill lied out of whole cloth, but of course I'm not in a position to prove it.
"This surely marks an epoch in the history of brill," he went on.
Since he had returned to brill, she had asked that he either call on her or write to her at least once a week.
Soon the boys had gathered,—as jolly a crowd as could be found at brill.
And in another instant it had penetrated through Mrs. brill's fatigue.
kind of flat fish, late 15c., of unknown origin.
Halsted Hal·sted (hôl'stəd, -stěd'), William Stewart. 1852-1922.
American surgeon who developed the use of cocaine in anesthesiology and proposed the use of rubber gloves during surgery.
American surgeon who discovered the technique of local anesthesia by injecting cocaine into specific nerves in 1885. He administered what is believed to be the first blood transfusion in the United States in 1881. Halsted also developed new surgical techniques for treating cancers and other abnormalities and introduced the use of rubber gloves during surgery.
Brilliant: John Turturro is brill as the gawky Jew who takes a dive (1981+)