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brack-brain

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n. a fool. The brack-brains in Washington have done it again!
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Bail was rejected and Brack was remanded in custody.
The Rev Martin Brack along with children of Wolviston Preparatory School, which he founded in the rectory during the 1920s to supplement his income
Brack has been supplying Newcastle Theatre Royal with office supplies for years, but it was only recently the Theatre Royal team discovered the company MD's love of acting.
Brack says, whatever you do, don't get hung up on wordsmithing.
Bill Shanahan and Darcy Stacom of CBRE represented Brack Capital Real Estate.
Brack, who has retired from driving IndyCars and now operates a driver development program in his native Sweden, only agreed to race by the arm-twisting of a Swedish racing team's involvement.
Tech Brack, based at Burntwood Business Park, have already developed television and monitor brackets in the unique material and these are now being sold worldwide.
Brack Capital Real Estate sold a newly opened Midtown South hotel to
The Venmore Partnership dates back 150 years and includes Venmore Thomas & Jones, Ball & Percival, Dears Brack, Phillips & Sons, and Ideal Lettings.
Many of the people coming for mental health services are playing these games," Greg Brack, Ph.
Amanda Brack, 21, of Florida, claimed the London-born model carried out the abuse in the five months she worked for her.
In Missouri and Indiana, Brack and Whitaker (2001) reported that this species was active throughout the night and that it was more abundant at non-riparian sites; on Camp Dawson in northern West Virginia, the northern myotis was more commonly caught at upland sites (Brack and others 2005).
Brack had faced two extensions in the life of the Levy Board, following the Government's decision to abolish British racing's central funding body.
The sellers were Boyle Realty, led by Joel Ledbetter, $200,000; The Milton and Gatha Brack Revocable Trust and Jacqueline Power, $100,000 each; John Aymar Jr.