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brandreth

(ˈbrændrɪθ)
n
1. a gridiron, iron trivet, or tripod
2. a wooden frame used to support an object or a structure
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How to cure such a dyspepsia it were hard to say, unless by administering three or four boat loads of Brandreth's pills, and then running out of harm's way, as laborers do in blasting rocks.
Hereupon we recovered our spirits, and the Doctor, approaching the Mummy with great dignity, desired it to say candidly, upon its honor as a gentleman, if the Egyptians had comprehended, at any period, the manufacture of either Ponnonner's lozenges or Brandreth's pills.
COLWYN BAY: Sanna, Spearritt, Wood, Brandreth, Challinor, Branch, Canning (Williams 75), Taylor, Hopley (Jebb 82), Davey, Aspinall (McGraa 80), Subs: Edwards, Garside.
AUTHOR Gyles Brandreth (Today's Birthdays, Thursday), is no longer an MP.
Museum founder Gyles Brandreth said some of the tributes were not suitable to go to the former Yugoslavia because of the personal nature of the inscriptions on them.
Tim Brandreth came close with a first-time shot from near the half-way line from Carnell's clearance which landed on top of the net with the keeper scrambling to recover his ground.
FORMER politician Gyles Brandreth, now a regular reporter for the BBC's The One Show, has announced a UK tour called Break A Leg, a celebration of theatre.
Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth tweeted: "The great Nicholas Parsons is very much on the mend.
This year's event reaches its climax at a dinner and awards ceremony, hosted by TV personality and former MP Gyles Brandreth, at Drumossie Hotel, Inverness, on September 6.
Jayne Morris, who works in the pharmacy department at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, was given her award by trust boss Mark Brandreth.
The first group of famous armchair critics include Rylan Clark-Neal and his mum Linda, Nick Grimshaw and his niece Liv, Gyles Brandreth and Sheila Hancock.
os-rre GYLES Brandreth has jumped to the defence of his 'close friend' Danny Baker, sacked by the BBC for a third time after likening Prince Harry's son Archie to a chimpanzee on Twitter.