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brack

(bræk)
n
(Cookery) Irish another name for barmbrack
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When dis old brack man dies, said the negro slowly, changing his whole air and demeanor, he hisself won't go nowhere; but some bressed angel will come and fetch him.
You give away horses worth a thousand louis; you save the lives of ladies of high rank and beauty; under the name of Major Brack you run thoroughbreds ridden by tiny urchins not larger than marmots; then, when you have carried off the golden trophy of victory, instead of setting any value on it, you give it to the first handsome woman you think of
Anthony Brack, 51, appeared in Liverpool Magistrates' Court yesterday charged with administering a poison/noxious substance with intent to cause GBH to Lauren Lennard.
Tomorrow, Aston Hall 0121 675 4722 FA M I LY Dinosaur Day with A Year In The Life Of Brack There will be singing, colouring and tales of Brack's adventures with author Judith Brulo at this free event.
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3 October 2016 - Dutch real estate development and investment group Brack Capital Real Estate Investments N.
One of the names on the memorial was that of C M A Brack, who turned out to be the son of the then incumbent of the Parish of Wolviston - the Rev Martin Brack - and research by Mr Youngson over a decade ago turned into a book on his remarkable life.
Sandra Brack has been interested in local history for over thirty years and has written an extensive book about Gateshead's grand houses.
Ice-cream maker Yummy Yorkshire is bringing its special Yorkshire Brack and Jam ice cream featuring the traditional regional tea loaf.
STATIONERY magnate Peter Brack has embraced his passion for theatre by stepping up to sponsor Newcastle Theatre Royal's pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk next year.
Just as it is important for athletes to build recovery time into their training schedules, stem cells also need time to recuperate, but we found that aged stem cells recuperate less often," said Andrew Brack, Ph.
Christine Brack, a principal at ZweigWhite LLC, an Arkansas-based marketing consulting firm, says to kill the fluff.