brrr


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brrr

(brr)
interj
informal an exclamation used to suggest shivering
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After looking at the portrait for a minute, Alexey Alexandrovitch shuddered so that his lips quivered and he uttered the sound "brrr," and turned away.
The joint committee has also agreed on the need to identify focus areas that will stem from various sources, such as the Auditor-General (A-G), National Treasury, the BRRR, Scopa reports and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report, amongst others.
Abandoned as a cub, Brrr spends much of A Lion Among Men attempting to reconcile who he thinks he is with what others think of him.
Q BRRR! Liverpool Nautical Sixth Formers Scott O'Brienand John Dellow are heading south to repair some of the coast's lighthouses Picture: JASON ROBERTS
The first of the collection is called BRRR, named for the season associated with frozen and crisp scents.
Of the 47 scheduled committee meetings so far, 24 are either to finalise Budgetary Review and Recommendation Reports (BRRR) on departments over which the committees have oversight or to deliberate on annual or quarterly expenditure reports of departments or entities.
Brrr! And more people have probably died much too young from damp and cold homes than we should care to think about.
Otherwise, brrr! Once you're settled, you grab the rope that's attached to the sled.
We do hope she had a big coat tucked away somewhere though to avoid it ending up being a case of Kung Fu Panda brrr!
BRRR! It's been a bit on the chilly side, wouldn't you say?
I know, I admit--the Pacific is brrr cold, and the shoreline here is rugged, if not downright impenetrable in many places.