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brise

(briːz)
n
obsolete an area of untilled land

brisé

(ˈbriːzeɪ)
n
a movement in ballet where the legs or feet are beaten together
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brisé

(broken) A leap with the legs lightly beaten before landing on both feet.
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Our Cape Cornwall Station overlooks the Brisons and we felt it fitting to adopt Mary's grave as a symbolic gesture for those in peril on our coast.
Mary was the wife of Captain S Anderson of the ship New Commercial which foundered on the Brison rocks off Cape Cornwall in January 1951.