breid

breid

(briːd)
n
(Cookery) a Scot word for bread
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According to Berthold Breid (RENAC CEO), the exhibition combines graphical elements with didactical texts presented on 15 banners.
It's their breid and butter," he replied, petulantly.
8221; - 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.
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.
Jacob Breid acknowledged that before the sanatorium opened, students were often sent home without care.
Breid, 1997, "Market-Oriented Risk Assessment in Models of Neoclassical Finance Theory", Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung Und Praxis, 49:308-321
Children's Hospital in Columbia, Missouri, first began co-bedding in 1998 when the parents of twins Meagan and Jacob Breid asked that they be placed together.