A WOMAN at the music festival is lucky to be alive after her iPhone took the brunt of
one of Stephen Paddock's bullets.
The Independents took the brunt of
the drop, with support falling to 10%.
Itbayat Island took the brunt of
the storm, which damaged approximately P65 million worth of houses, government infrastructure and crops.
Householders at Leckmelm took the brunt of
the deluge as flood waters swept rocks and trees down the hillside.
There was minor damage to the desk and computer keyboard, which took the brunt of
For it was the radio host's derriere that took the brunt of
the impact when he was struck by a police car a fortnight ago as he crossed a road.
Mayor of KirKlees Clr Martyn Bolt tooK the brunt of
Sooty's mischief maKing but the Mayor's drenching was all in the best possible taste.
Warner took the brunt of
the crowd's abuse during the Ashes in England and Broad looks set to get the same in the return.
Tens of thousands of residents of BoholIsland, which took the brunt of
Mississippi took the brunt of
the storm system with 50,000 insurance claims, Aon Benfield reports.
Last year, Tuscaloosa and Joplin took the brunt of
two of the most destructive tornados the United States has ever seen.
The South Island took the brunt of
the storm, but the capital, Wellington, at the foot of the North Island, had its heaviest snowfall in 40 years.
Alabama took the brunt of
the latest storm, with at least 246 deaths in the southern state and more in neighbouring areas.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Mr Awan suffered nasty injuries, but it was his 75-year-old mum Shamin, who was in the front passenger seat, who took the brunt of
Its Northcliffe Media arm, which includes some 100 regional newspaper titles, took the brunt of
the cuts with 317 job losses as revenues from circulation and advertising dropped 3% and 8% respectively in the period.