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brag

a card game: an old form of poker
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Each episode of “Total Bragging Rights” features a new set of best friends who compete against one another in competitive, contestant-generated challenges.
But his bragging ended in February 2012 when Lisa left him and took their children with her.
Reflecting on tourist's thinking, a number of participants made reference to bragging rights.
He explains Holmes's bragging about "the project's certain success and his impending stardom" as merely behaving "in character.
Who hasn't grown up hearing bragging in school hallways about killer parties, flirting with older guys, or getting cigarettes and liquor with ease?
The addition of the bragging boards within the Lodge is the latest feature we've developed and launched in conjunction with Dick's Sporting Goods to enhance the destination value of their online store for their key customer groups," said Jeff McCall, vice president of partner services for GSI Commerce's Marketing and Design Services Group, which provided the design and e-commerce expertise for the online store's redesign project.
But try to share what you want to say without bragging.
He said: "It's something to brag about, but I'm not a bragging man.
Consider finding, recognizing, tracking, photographing, and bragging about your local trees while they exist.
Winners get a specially bound copy of the centennial issue and bragging rights.
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BRAGGING ABOUT APPOINTMENTS OF OPENLY GAY PEOPLE TO THE ADMINISTRATION AND SOME FEEL-GOOD WORDS, WHAT GOOD CAME OUT OF THE CLINTON YEARS?
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has acted confident in the face of a possible referendum on his rule, bragging to the international press that he is ready to win.