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brag

a card game: an old form of poker
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A digital world needs a digital solution to brand the individual and brag.
Byddwn yn gweld Gareth, sy'n wreiddiol o'r Cymer yng Nghwm Afan, yn pacio llwch ei gyfaill yn saff mewn amlen yn ei ges, ac yn teithio i Brag.
What's great is that you haven't kissed or slept with a girl just so you can brag about it.
The school has also won the coveted Ambassadorial trophy for their great performance at the Big Brag.
Technology allows people to enjoy the camaraderie that surrounds both sports at any moment on Tag N' Brag,” says Co-Founder David Giarrizzo.
The possession of objects considered as conspicuous, cool or status laden may also entitle the individual to communicate or brag about it.
Brag Books are available through the Pittsburgh Regional Champions at (412) 392-1000.
Over-revving the engine at traffic lights, playing mid '80s Euro-rock CDs loud and never removing the Ferrari sunglasses are all part of the brag.
It's tradition for Palmdale Rotary Club members to brag about things like a child's graduation from college or even the purchase of a new car.
Then there are the tree- huggers who brag about fuel economy with a reverent tone.
Klaus has led over 100 BRAG events at a variety of corporations and organizations including SC Johnson, General Mills, Credit Suisse First Boston, Ladies Home Journal, Count Me In, GraceNet, Menttium, and the Harvard Business School Alumni Association
People like to brag that they spent more money on things.