brod


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brod

(brɒd)
vb (tr)
dialect Scot to prod
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She saw an advert for a job at Brod and decided to apply.
Now she is looking for another apprentice to join Becky in the Brod kitchen.
com recalls that on Tuesday two crews from the Krumovo air base took off with a Mi-17 helicopter from the Plovdiv airport to Skopje, Macedonia, to help extinguish fires in Makedonski Brod municipality.
So what's wrong with a fraternity member asking a brod to give way to another brod?
Brod of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Uhersky Brod is a town of 17,000 in the Moravia region, near the border with Slovakia.
Target: Unnamed targets, Mestansky Pivovar Havlickuv Brod
Brod instead argues, "we should be primarily looking at the work itself, not its creators" if only to avoid giving "everyone a blanket license" to equate a creator's religious background or any one-off Jewish references in comics stories with actual narrative meaning.
John Brod, a principal and founding partner of PBS Real Estate.
The Brod Gneotino pit has 108 million tons of coal, 32 million of which are available for exploitation at a rate of 2 million tons per year.
Brod ignored Kafka's wishes and published most of what was in his possession, including the novels "The Trial," "The Castle" and "Amerika.