Related to Brize: brise
n.1.The breeze fly. See Breeze.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Emily's colleagues and friends from RAF Brize Norton lined the path to the church, many in tears as she passed.
The C-17 military transport plane operated by the Royal Air Force was on manoeuvres from RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
His body arrived at Brize Norton airbase yesterday after being flown home from the Afghan capital.
The event was held jointly by the Royal Air Force and Warwickshire based luxury car maker Aston Martin at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
A convoy of ambulances took the bodies of eight Britons, including Denis Thwaites and his wife Elaine, to Tunis Carthage military airport yesterday morning ahead of an RAF flight back to Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
The C17 Globemaster flew in from RAF Brize Norton to pick up the injured after their release from hospitals and clinics in Sousse.
A companion piece to the Dardennes' "Two Days, One Night" In its strong sense of labor and justice in an often unjust economy, Stephane Brize's sixth feature film (and first to be presented in competition at Cannes) Is the kind of low-key social drama that almost feels out of place In a festival that favors attention-getting auteur fare.
The near-miss unfolded close to Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
The pair sneaked into the UK in a trailer attached to the vehicle in France - and were only discovered once inside top-security RAF Brize Norton, Oxon.
An angry judge has also condemened the "scandal" of Latvian-born Rolands Brize, 26, having his punishment delayed at the request of health workers.
Close family, including mother Edith, 86, are travelling from Gateshead today to Carterton, near RAF Brize Norton where, on the day Mr Jopling died, one of his former squadrons, 216 Squadron RAF TriStars, disbanded.
His body was repatriated to Brize Norton where his family and friends gathered to pay their respects.