Bruce Springsteen is fond of reminding his listeners to “trust the art, not the artist.”
Obama's strategic Af-Pak adviser Bruce Riedel unravels the plots—and what Osama bin Laden's sudden spate of new messages means.
Conservatives deride Bruce Bartlett, a supply-side economics inventor, as a Keynesian for criticizing their devotion to tax cuts.
In the Fiscal Times, Bruce Bartlett lists the reasons that Ronald Reagan would not win the presidential nomination in today's GOP.
“I think having a celebrity as an advocate is a very good idea,” says Bruce Fletcher.
Sprudell lowered his lids that Bruce should not see the satisfaction in his eyes.
Because Bruce said this, all the other mills hung back, too.
The effect on Freeman Todder was not at all what Bruce had expected.
He understood it better, now that he was face to face with Bruce himself.
Bruce proceeded to the council chamber, where four of the judges were seated.
a Norman surname, but etymology from Brix (place in La Manche, Normandy) is now considered doubtful ["Dictionary of English Surnames"]. Originated in Britain with Robert de Bruis, a baron listed in the Domesday Book. His son, a friend of David I, king of Scotland, was granted by him in 1124 the lordship of Annandale, and David's son, Robert, founded the Scottish House of Bruce. As a given name for U.S. males, most popular for boys born c.1946-1954.
Bruce (brōōs), Sir David. 1855-1931.
Australian physician and bacteriologist known for his description (1887) of the bacterium that causes brucellosis.