brond

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brond

(brɒnd)
n
archaic a piece of burnt or burning wood
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(5) Tereus being related to Mars, "[t]he crewel god that stant with blody darte" (2245) and the fact that neither Juno (the goddess of marriage), nor Hymen (the god of wedding ceremonies) attended the union between Tereus and Procne but that "[t]he Furies thre with al here mortal brond" (2251), leads to a conscious foreboding that not all will end well.
Brond at the Royal Danish Defence College, civil analyst Susanne Vedsted, Danish Army and consultant Nina Nellemann Rasmussen from the University of Copenhagen.
Shortly after going "brond," the reality star has decided to chop off her long locks for a fresh new look!
12.5 mm thick cement plaster in 1.4 cm with coarse sand & applying painting with acrylic emulsion paint having BOC white cement based putty thickness 1.00mm of approved brond on daula including all lead lift, labour & t&p etc.
David Brond is vice president for strategic communications and external relations at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Jan Christian Brond and Lars Bo Andersen constructed the web based programs.
Career: Hannah's TV debut came in 1987's Brond. He continued to work on the small screen in such projects as Bookie, Harbour Beat, Taggart, and Paul Calf's Video Diary, and in the theatre, until Four Weddings and a Funeral catapulted him to stardom in 1994.
24 Brond Road, Eartstrees Ind Est, Cathy, Northants.
at 79-80 ("In the exercise of its brond power over naturalization and immigration.