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britt

 (brĭt)
n.
Variant of brit.

britt

(brɪt)
n
a variant spelling of brit
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.britt - the young of a herring or sprat or similar fish
young fish - a fish that is young
2.britt - minute crustaceans forming food for right whales
copepod, copepod crustacean - minute marine or freshwater crustaceans usually having six pairs of limbs on the thorax; some abundant in plankton and others parasitic on fish
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1890, or at what weight Jimmy Britt fought Battling Nelson, or who was welter-weight champion of the United States in '68, and you'll get the correct answer with the automatic celerity of a slot- machine.
Britt has over 20 years of experience in the consumer products industry.
Sheriff James Spy ordered Britt, of McKerrell Street, Paisley, to return for trial on April 3.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation had said during the trial that they initially thought Britt was the one who had committed the crime.
Thankfully it's all gone quiet on the Britt Assombalonga front in respect of transfer speculation, for now at least," he wrote.
Since the order of the chapter topics is arbitrary, Britt freely admits that each of the seven chapters could be read on its own (11).
July 2 - Best of Britt benefit featuring Big Bad Voodoo Daddy ($95)
Rob Marcus, who succeeded Britt as TWC CEO, said in a statement that Britt's wife, Barbara, was with him when he passed: "Glenn left us with a legacy of innovation, integrity and inclusion.
Britt says the public has an interest in which what issues the board is discussing in private and that its notice doesn't meet the "spirit of transparency.
Thank God for DNA," said Britt, of Tampa, who was wrongfully convicted of sexual battery and lewd and lascivious molestation in May 2004, and spent more than nine years in prison on a 30-year sentence.
Originally known as Cafe Britt, Grupo Britt was founded in Heredia, Costa Rica, in 1985 by Steve Aronson, a New Yorker who began working for a European coffee trading company in the 1970s.
Britt conducted a study using longitudinal data from more than 4,500 couples as part of the National Survey of Families and Households.