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Encyclopedia > Brodie

Brodie refers to:

Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Bart. ... Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Bart. ... Bernard Brodie (1910-1978) was an American military strategist well-known for establishing the basics of nuclear strategy. ... Fawn McKay Brodie (September 15, 1915–January 10, 1981) was a historian, biographer, and professor at UCLA, best known for the biographies Thomas Jefferson: An Intimate History, an early work of psychohistory, and No Man Knows My History, one of the first non-hagiographic biographies of Joseph Smith, Jr. ... Israel Brodie (born 1895, Newcastle - died 1979) was the Chief Rabbi of England 1948 - 1965. ... Categories: Pages needing attention | Sportspeople stubs | American football players ... Richard Brodie is the original author of Microsoft Word. ... Steve Brodie (1863–1901) was a Brooklyn bookmaker who claimed to have jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge and survived on July 23, 1886. ... Brodie in Crossfire (1947 movie) For details of the British writer, see John Stevenson (writer) Steve Brodie (November 21, 1919 - January 9, 1992) was a movie actor born John Stevenson in El Dorado, Kansas, he chose the screen name of Steve Brodie (a man who allegedly jumped off the Brooklyn... Deacon William Brodie (1741–1788) was a Scottish cabinet-maker and Edinburgh city councillor, who maintained a secret life as a burglar, partly for the thrill, and partly to fund his gambling. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with William Brodie. ... The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is a novel by Muriel Spark, first published in 1962. ... US Marine Corps M1917 Brodie pattern helmet The Brodie helmet (also called the shrapnel helmet or Tommy helmet, and in the United States known as a doughboy helmet) was a steel helmet designed and patented in 1915 by John L. Brodie. ... Brodie Castle is a castle near Forres in the Moray region of Scotland. ... Clan Brodie is a Scottish clan which dates at least as far back as Robert the Bruce. ... There are several notable people called Jason Lee. ... Mallrats is a 1995 film written and directed by Kevin Smith. ... The Brodie landing system was a method of landing light aeroplane devised by James H Brodie, a Captain of the United States Air Force during World War II. The method of landing involved catching a hook attached to the plane upon a sling which itself was attached to a cable. ...

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Fawn Brodie Vindicated (3252 words)
Brodie appears to be a disciple of the late A. Kinsey and believes that a man ought to be judged by the fullness and frequency of his sex life.
Brodie is not bothered by the fact that she can adduce only slim factual support for her tales of what she primly calls Jefferson's "intimate life." Reluctantly she confesses that there is "no real evidence" as to what happened in the Betsy Walker case.
Brodie's manipulation and tangling of evidence, of her obsession with sex, of her ignorance of the larger background of the subject she is treating, and of her special "intuition" into the minds of people.
Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie (www.whonamedit.com) (1918 words)
Brodie was born at Winterslow rectory in Wiltshire, the third son of Reverend Peter Brodie, the rector of the parish of Winterslow, and Sarah Collins, the daughter of a banker from Salisbury.
Brodie recognised the association of arthritis with gonorrhoea and that all children's hip disorders were associated with infection.
Brodie’s treatise on diseases of the joints is his most important work and includes pathological observations and case studies on inflammation (including Brodie's abscess), ulceration and tumours of the joints.
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