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Stephen Brown

(c. 1350—1425) bishop of Ross


'Stephen Brown' can also refer to...

Stephen Brown (1881—1962)

Brown, Stephen Paul

Brown, Stephen (1881–1962)

Brown, Sir Stephen

Brown, Rt Hon. Sir Stephen

Brown, Prof. Stephen David Macleod

Brown, Sir Stephen (David Reid)

Brown, Sir (Arthur James) Stephen

Brown, Canon Dr Lydia Akrigg, (Mrs Stephen Robbins)

Brown, Stephen (d. after 1420), bishop of Ross

Graham Strachan, Alexander Stephen, John Brown, and Scott Lithgow

The Soul Rests Stephen Vincent Benét and the Silencing of John Brown's Body

Foraging: Behavior and Ecology. David W. Stephens, Joel S. Brown, and Ronald C. Ydenberg, editors.

The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, ii: Enlightenment and Expansion, 1707–1800. Ed. by Stephen W. Brown and Warren McDougall

Social Movements in Health Edited by Phil Brown and Stephen Zavestoski Blackwell Publishing. 2004. 195 pages. $39.95 paper

Professor John Rorke, Technical Assistant to the Engineering Director, Stephen, Linthouse, Engineering Director, Denny Brothers, Dumbarton, Chairman, Brown Brothers, Edinburgh, Vice Principal, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh

Savage Acts: Wars, Fairs and Empire. Produced by Pennee Bender, Joshua Brown, Andreas Ades Vasquez, and Stephen Briar for the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning, the City University of New York; directed by Pennee Bender, Joshua Brown, and Andreas Ades Vasquez; written by Pennee Bender. 1995; color; 30 minutes. Video distributor: American Social History Project, Inc. (212) 966-4248 and A World on Display: The St. Louis World's Fair of 1904. Produced by Eric Breitbart and Mary Lance; written and directed by Eric Breitbart. 1994; color; 53 minutes. Video distributor: Cinema Guild, 1697 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 (800) 723–5552

 
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