bragger


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a very boastful and talkative person

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It is easy for non-braggers, and people who actually have a life, to completely misunderstand the message that the bragger is trying to give out - and think of them as big-headed show-offs.
For car braggers, however, it creates a whole set of possible adventures so they can prove to other road users, their families and the poor souls who have to work with them, that they really are a very special breed.
ANGRY: Caryl Grove residents Claire Williams, Angie Canning, Tom Bragger, Jimmy Watts and Steve Langley and, inset below, the development work at the old gas works off Grafton Street Pictures: JAMES MALONEY
The true car bragger, though is a lot braver talking about hand gestures than making them.
COPING with congestion and traffic jams has long been an area of expertise for braggers.
Peter Handley (3), Martin Bragger (2) and Paul Goldby were on target as Crosskeys and Excelsior beat BRNESC Reserves 6-2.
Sadly, there is just one big qualification to being the ultimate Ferrari bragger.
In the Second Division, Aaron Stead and Luke Jones were on target for HJC Stadium in the 2-1 win at Seacock's and The Arkles lost out by the odd goal in five to Crosskeys & Excelsior as Martin Bragger, Liam Henley and Matt Brophy all netted to give C & E a 3-2 win.
It's vital to remember never to show your hand first when confronted by another bragger.
The real stuff here is in the shadows," said David Bragger, a banjo, fiddle and mandolin instructor from Winnetka.
Bragger and Rice (119) insist that it must be instructors who spearhead the change.
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Ten years ago, Erwin Bragger, a product manager at Swiss supermarket giant Migros, settled down to read his new Linda McCartney cook book and came across the British brand for the first time.
David George Bragger, 55, originally from the Durham and Newcastle areas, died alone in his flat in the city centre of Hull.
If Nasser were a good Muslim, he added, and had waged a "jihad in the name of Allah" instead of being a "socialist bragger who went to war in the name the pharaohs," he would have prevailed.