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brap

(bræp)
interj
an exclamation used to imitate the sound of a burst of gunfire from an automatic weapon
[C21: imitative]
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BRAP activates inflammatory cascades and increases the risk for carotid atherosclerosis.
So BRAG, BRAF, BRAP and BRAN are braking action good, fair, poor and nil.
Data for this assessment was collected from State Governments on the BRAP portal.
Figures presented to the committee by the StopWatch human rights group and thinktank Brap claimed young black men in Birmingham were 28 times more likely to be stopped than young white men.
Joy Warmington brap JOY Warmington is chief executive of brap, an independent organisation that develops equality strategies reflecting the needs of communities.
The apartments shall have a minimum Brap of 75 m2 and with at least two bedrooms.
Figures presented to the committee by the Stop-Watch human rights group and thinktank Brap claimed young black men in Birmingham were 28 TIMES more likely to be stopped than young white men.
A spokesman for BRAP, formerly Birmingham Race Action Partnership, a body dedicated to equality, stressed the city has always been a cultural melting pot.
Australia s only home-grown motorcycle brand, brap, has shown that two wheels are better than four and proves that vehicle manufacturing has a place in Victoria after been named the 2013 Telstra Victorian Business of the Year in Melbourne tonight.
But a spokesman for Birmingham equality group BRAP stressed our city has always been a cultural melting pot, with the first synagogue being built in the Middle Ages.
Other applicants for the funding, which will amount to pounds 140,000 each year for two years with an option for a further year of funding, included BRAP, the BirminghamAssociationofYouthClubs, Changemakers and the Birmingham Royal Ballet.