Broid

v. t.1.To braid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the late '90s, his rendering skills caught the attention of Isaac Broid and Miquel Adria, two leading figures in Mexico City's architecture scene at that time.
Treatment of uterine broid tumours in a nude mouse model using high-intensity focused ultrasound.
Undeterred, she had a broid removed, lost weight and joined support networks including the Donor Conception Network.
Gregory greeted his wife Mary with "It's da broid' and then continued to speak in the new accent for 30 minutes until his normal voice returned.
The F-2 house near Mexico City, by Adria + Broid + Rojkind, is L-shaped and fitted into the right angle of a wedge-shaped site.