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brodie

n (US sl)
(= jump)Todessprung m; to do a brodiesich in die Tiefe stürzen (in selbstmörderischer Absicht); to do a brodie from a bridgesich von einer Brücke stürzen
(= failure)Pleite f (inf), → Reinfall m (inf)
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Scott Brodie claimed that the knife was for his own protection after he was threatened while crossing a bridge.
Richard Brodie, against his former club, had Southport's two best efforts at goal, while Alex Rodman's surging run petered out at the other end.
Jim Brodie made his initial appearance in "Japantown," an action-packed thriller and the series debut.
Ryan Brodie, 24, is serving a sentence for receiving stolen goods and is wanted on recall to prison for breaching his licence conditions.
Rev Watts now lives in Shelley, a suburb of Perth in Western Australia, and Father Alan Brodie, who is preaching at a celebration service in June, would like to receive messages of congratulations from former Cardiff parishioners.
WOULD-be golf pro Brodie Good limbered up for Europe's biggest junior tournament with a dream trip to the USA to see The Masters.
The Brodie deposit lies southwest of the currently producing Drinkwater and Mary pits and is immediately adjacent to the leach pad.
RICHARD Brodie is back at hometown club Gateshead after completing a one-month loan at Skrill Conference Premier rivals Hereford United.
Daughter Brodie, 16, who had arranged the bash for a few close friends later wrote online: "My house is f***d.
Steven Brodie, 24, was caged for 18 months after he and his girlfriend were stopped in the car by police in May last year, London's Appeal Court heard.
Alexander, the 27th Brodie of Brodie, has caused uproar in the Nairn area by trying to put in a gate to deny cars access to a beach.
9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- From Harry Winston to HSN, Carol Brodie has been the fine jewelry and accessories guru for some of the world's most prestigious brands.