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statesman of ancient Rome who (with Cassius) led a conspiracy to assassinate Julius Caesar (85-42 BC)

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The recalled pig ears have a trademark logo from Brutus & Barnaby and are labeled as Pig Ears 100% Natural Treats for Dogs.
'It is emotionally impossible to capture the pain and shock suffered by Julius Caesar moments before his demise, when he looked into the eyes of his best and most trusted friend, Marcus Brutus," reads the memoir.
Famously, Brutus says: 'There is a tide in the affairs of men / Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune / Omitted, all the voyage of their life / Is bound in shallows and in miseries / On such a full sea are we now afloat / And we must take the current when it serves / Or lose our ventures.'
The OTT service provider used the Brutus systems to output high, medium, and low bitrate streams for each input.
Shortly after rockin' the finale of the World Disco Dancing champs' at Discoteca El Paradiso in San Juan, Brutus Gold, still full of disco heat and not wanting the party to end, decides to take his international friends on a midnight cruise into the Caribbean on his Love Boat.
Presenting herself as a "civilized," educated subject with sufficient cultural authority to examine national and imperial ideology, Yearsley implicitly embraces the role of a cultural "convert." However, in the epic fragment "Brutus" that opens the volume, she resists the idea that converts owe a debt to their converters.
(1.2.84-89) (1) He is willing to die to bring Rome any general good, Brutus claims, for the appeal of an honorable name outweighs his fear for death.
Earlier, Ambassador Brutus welcomed Minister Findley and delegation and assured that the staff at the embassy will continue to work diligently to promote the interest of Liberia.
Brutus, whose picture was submitted by Kyle Leonard, eventually claimed the top spot with more than 100 votes, although Spud, submitted by Julie Warner, came a close second.
Claire wrote: "Dreading this post, but it's with an extremely heavy heart that I have to tell you all that we had to have our gorgeous boy Brutus put to sleep around midday today.
The two most prominent plotters of Caesar's assassination exhibit very different characters: Cassius is eager to proceed while Brutus, from his friend's point of view, "bears too stubborn and too strange a hand over your friend that loves you." Cassius admits that he is a flatterer, but he knows that Brutus "love[s] the name of honor more than [he] fear[s] death," and asks Brutus to consider why Caesar's "name [should] be sounded more than yours." Cassius believes Brutus is not "so firm that cannot be seduced."
The Brutus/Glider assets include the Brutus Tension Leg Platform, the Glider subsea production system, and the oil and gas lateral pipelines used to evacuate the production from the TLP.
Moral exemplum, chronicle, or revenge tragedy, derived mainly (but possibly not only) from North's translation of Plutarch's Lives--the lives in question being those of Caesar, Brutus, and Antony--it has often been seen as a play lacking a main character, the eponymous protagonist speaking only six percent of the total lines and dying before the middle of the play.
kill Caesar--and hence, that Brutus keep his own intention to do so.
A 2,100-barrel oil spill in the US Gulf of Mexico forced Royal Dutch Shell to shut in all wells that flow to its Brutus platform, federal regulators said.