Brownie points


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Brownie points

plPluspunkte pl; let’s give him Brownie points for tryingdass er es versucht hat, können wir ihm ja anrechnen; to score Brownie points with somebodysich bei jdm beliebt machen
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So in all, a car can earn a maximum of seven brownie points.
Albanians should once and for all renounce their narrow thinking that either you are with Nikola, or with Zoran", stated Ibrahimi and added that BESA won't be a branch of any Macedonian party and won't adopt their decisions just to win brownie points.
Bonus brownie points for calling upon Mariah's pal, ring designer Wilfredo Rosado, to design the weighty platinum piece a fortnight ago.
Speaking to an Indian news channel, Ustad Ghulam Ali said he was hurt by politics being played over his concerts and upset over how Indian political parties were trying to score brownie points by not letting him perform in the country.
He wiped his eyes, saying: "Oh my God, you have just won me so many brownie points with my wife.
Elsewhere, Kev's new squeeze, Jenny, does her best to win Brownie points by inviting Sophie and Maddie round for a meal, but Sophie's alarmed when she sees a different side to her dad's girlfriend.
Attacking the party's proposed January 22 rally against drug abuse in Punjab, Badal said the Congress was trying to " score brownie points in the media".
The pride of Scunthorpe also won brownie points for his modesty, as he declared: "I've said from day one 'I don't know why I'm here'.
EMMERDALE (7pm ITV) ROBERT is coming out of that burglary he orchestrated with all kinds of brownie points he really doesn't deserve.
KEITH LASLEY reckons Motherwell deserve to be cut some slack for their poor start to the season after earning brownie points from their last two campaigns.
She can take some solace in the fact Eamon Gilmore's resignation won the party some brownie points from supporters.
One wonders if the doctor receives brownie points or promotion for saving the NHS money.