breid

breid

(briːd)
n
(Cookery) a Scot word for bread
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Both players have played out on the wing bReid remains highly thought of as a forward option by many Cardiff fans, a number of whom despaired at the sparing use of the 26-year old towards the end of last season.
"We are proud to be part of this initiative," says Berthold Breid, CEO of the Renewables Academy.
When will we see sliced breid again?" Within hours, her creation was shared more than 27,000 times on Facebook - and she was swamped with comments praising her work.
"It's their breid and butter," he replied, petulantly.
“The new laboratories will elevate our strategic new product development efforts and continue to provide support to our current product lines.” - Steven Breid, Vice President of Sales & Marketing
JECK: It widna mak' sae muckle for the neeps, or shaws edder, if we got guid milk and breid, but the breid's nae fit for a breedin' soo.
The reading from Matthew 5 v43-48 'Love your Enemies,' was read by Scout Heather Breid. George Barker, Richard Lloyd and Jay Drinkwater led the Remembrance prayers which they had written.
Breid Morris, of the Older Women's Network, said: "Older survivors had come from an era where sexual assault was not spoken about, when myths abounded unchallenged that kept them ashamed and silent.
Chief Executive Officer of Renac Renewable Academy AG, Berthold Breid said that his organization, a private sector initiative, has so far transferred and installed solar roof technology to 22 countries under public private partnership.
Berthold Breid, CEO, Renewables Academy AG (RENAC) spoke on renewable energies in Germany, touching upon on the political framework and market development.
Breakfast in the household of Henry Percy, ninth earl of Northumberland, according to the household accounts from 1564 to 1632, for the earl and his lady on a 'flesh day' was 'a loofe of bred in trenchors, 2 manchets, 1 quart bere, 1 quart wyne, a Chyne of Muton or Chyne of Beef Boilid' "; the two older sons had " '2 loaf of household Breid, a Manchet, 1 Potell [two quarts] of Bere, a Chekynge [chicken] or ells 3 mutton Bonys boyled." (95) The Cliffords' breakfast menu, fed to the players, is close to the Percys'.