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Noun1.Brits - the people of Great BritainBrits - the people of Great Britain    
nation, country, land - the people who live in a nation or country; "a statement that sums up the nation's mood"; "the news was announced to the nation"; "the whole country worshipped him"
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Now, during the past night and forenoon, the Pequod had gradually drifted into a sea, which, by its occasional patches of yellow brit, gave unusual tokens of the vicinity of Right Whales, a species of the Leviathan that but few supposed to be at this particular time lurking anywhere near.
She had preferred the country west of the River Brit to the upland farm for which she was now bound, because, for one thing, it was nearer to the home of her husband's father; and to hover about that region unrecognized, with the notion that she might decide to call at the Vicarage some day, gave her pleasure.
In the Propontis, as far as I can learn, none of that peculiar substance called brit is to be found, the aliment of the right whale.
Brit Awards organisers explained by saying: "The final leaderboard was displayed on the Brits website prior to the final count being checked and verified independently by the Electoral Reform Services, the company that independently runs all Brits voting processes.
Another moment saw him rubbing the head of Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing, who was sat in the audience, and joking that they had both "gentrified" the Brits with their attendance.
com/channel/UCxrnpUor0IuXwxMiV7Fx_Cw) official BRITs channel will live stream the event Wednesday, Feb.
New research has revealed that Brits are never truly satisfied with their homes.
JESS GLYNNE SHE wasn't a winner, but she almost stole the show with her BRITs performance.
The Brits have come under fire as no black and ethnic minority artists were nominated.
Jumping on to the furniture singing isn't quite on a par with Jarvis Cocker mooning Jacko at the BRITs - but at least Oli Sykes got the industry snores to look up from their phones for five minutes.
As Rihanna delays the start of her tour just days after pulling out of the Grammys, it's no wonder bosses at the Brits are fretting about her leaving them in the lurch for the second year running.
BRITs Chairman Max Lousada said: "You couldn't get a bigger name in music right now.