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- Robert Bringhurst OC (born 16 October 1946) is a Canadian poet, typographer and author. He has translated substantial works from Haida and Navajo and from...
- Bringhurst may refer to the following: Bringhurst - a village located in Leicestershire, England Bringhurst House - a historic building currently used...
- Bringhurst is a small village and civil parish in the Harborough district of south-east Leicestershire, bordering Northamptonshire and Rutland. Nearby...
- Deshler, a merchant, bought a 2-acre (8,100 m2) lot from George and Anna Bringhurst in 1751–52, and constructed a four-room summer cottage. Twenty years later...
- 31°17′12″N 92°27′31″W / 31.286615°N 92.458556°W / 31.286615; -92.458556 Bringhurst Field was from 1933 to 2013 a baseball stadium in Alexandria, Louisiana...
- typography and style by Canadian typographer, poet and translator Robert Bringhurst. Originally published in 1992 by Hartley & Marks Publishers, it was revised...
- those that follow. For example, Robert Bringhurst states that we should "Set opening paragraphs flush left." Bringhurst explains as follows: The function of...
- campaign against Ellsberg. [1] Bringhurst 1999, p. 225. Bringhurst 1999, pp. 230–32, 245. Bringhurst 1999, pp. 236–37. Bringhurst 1999, pp. 250–55. Godfrey...
- s****ing shelter, but was never permanently inhabited. In 1855, William Bringhurst led a group of 29 Mormon missionaries from Utah to the Las Vegas Valley...
- Newell G. Bringhurst (born 3 April 1942) is an American historian and author of books and essays. Most of his writings have been about Mormonism— particularly...
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