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brak

(brak)
adj
South African (of water) brackish or salty
[C19: Afrikaans]

brak

(brak)
n
(Breeds) South African a mongrel dog
[C20: from Afrikaans, literally: setter]
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Sunday evening's Adult Swim block is dedicated to irreverent new comedies, including Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Sealab 2021, The Brak Show, Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law and Home Movies.
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A halachic ruling issued by Rabbi Shmuel Eliezer Stern of Bnei Brak seeks to prevent that from happening.
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The company was founded in 1961 and has headquarters in Bnei Brak (Tel Aviv).
has extradited to Israel a Bnei Brak man who refused to grant a religious divorce to his wife.
The entrepreneurs promoted the veiled look in colorful pamphlets distributed throughout the haredi Israeli town of Bnei Brak, which featured the slogan, "Smiling all the way to Uman.
Finally, demented space alien Brak returns in Leave It to Brak, which parodies the beloved tenets of classic family sitcoms but with a wry sensibility and plenty of catchy songs.
To everyone's surprise, including my grandfather's, I opted to spend the week at his Talmud tome-filled apartment in the ultra-Orthodox enclave of Bnei Brak.
While neighboring Tel Aviv is being targeted by Gaza's terror organizations, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky has chosen to convey a calming message to the residents of his hometown, promising them that the city of Bnei Brak will not be hit by missiles.