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Synonyms for brant

small dark geese that breed in the north and migrate southward

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They were barely settled in when a group of brant swung right over the decoys and they let their guns talk, dropping four birds.
Originally rather cumbersomely entitled The Robert William and Florence Amy Brant International Pianoforte Competition (and heaven help any scribe who failed to record the full monty), the event was launched in 1979 by a remarkable and formidable lady, Gladys Lily Brant.
In the nearby City of Brantford stands a monument to Captain Joseph Brant / Thayendanegea [1742-1807] whose vision facilitated all of these settlements.
Mr Brant revealed last weekend his resignation as Riverside ward councillor in 2013 was because of a police caution for possession of Class A drugs.
15 it paid $7,689,000 to Telephone City Aggregates for 110 acres between Rest Acres, Bethel, and Pottruff roads, across from the Bethel water treatment plant and the Brant 403 Business Park.
25 June 2014 - US structured settlement firm The Pension Company said it had merged with domestic peer Brant Hickey & Associates to form Pension Brant Hickey LLC as the industry's fourth biggest player.
Brant, a longstanding heroin addict, never met the officer in person but had been involved in the supply through another man.
Rents were low, and, by 1993, Brant was writing, directing and acting at his own theatre, Zeppo.
Logusz's first inaccurate claim was that the patriot's interest in Mohawk Valley detained Molly Brant, ranking Wolf-Clan matron and widow of the late Sir William Johnson.
A British Red Ensign flag and a portrait of John Brant, a Mohawk warrior and hereditary chief, are among the earliest collections of the ROM.
But for a young St John Ambulanceman called Aquilla Brant, it was the day he met the love of his life.
He plays DS Tom Brant, who has a knack for getting into trouble and is often splashed across the front pages thanks to local crime reporter, Harold Dunlop (David Morrissey).
BLITZ (18, 97 mins) DS Tom Brant (Jason Statham) has a knack for getting into trouble.
Brant Gilmour, a feckless twenty-two-year-old fresh out of Indiana University, takes a job "teaching GED classes at the prison Mike Tyson made famous." Idealistic but callow, Brant is out of his depth.