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offensively bold

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Brash told officers she had been in the Kittiwake pub with her daughter until about 8.30pm when they both returned home.
"Hello M'Lady is going to be a top, top horse, but she just showed her lack of experience in Dublin," Brash told PA Sport.
Nina enjoys her greyhounds and, together with Scott, they've joined us in Sidarian Brash.
The technology was developed by the Scandinavians a decade ago and there are currently four brash balers operating in Wales, producing bales weighing about half a tonne that have the equivalent energy content of half a barrel of oil.
ON COMING OUT: I wish I hadn't been as brash, or forthright, or dismissive of other people's feelings about my sexuality.
Coun Ian Ward (Lab, Shard End) said: "This brash modern design is out of keeping with the local area.
Still, he's South African and brash, and that's a combination which is difficult to love if English.
David Brash, a Baptist minister from Warrington, Cheshire, was found in a swamp on Saturday after being reported missing by his wife, Annalyn Bataller Brash.
But this book also contains a lot of office towers in places like the City, Canary Wharf and Paddington Basin, to name only the London locations, and 'humane' is not a word that fits these big brash buildings.
Yee does a compelling job of speaking as a young girl concerned about her gay brother's acceptance in the church community; a brash young man who finds himself with a wife and infant son; another girl who, when dating a white boy, becomes disillusioned by his interest in Asian cultures; and other youth.
This skateboarder has thus denounced the purity of skateboarding for a much nobler code, that of brash, gritty apathy.
Given the brash developer's past, it comes as little surprise that the new building is slated to be SoHo's largest.
Fancy Free is possibly the most famous first ballet in history--a brash and funny romp about soldiers and gals.
A tribute to the brash works of the enfant terrible of the art world in the 1980s.