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brag

a card game: an old form of poker
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It was a party at private estate, he was drinking and bragging to these models about how he doesn't work out.
Trump's specific claims are beyond the typical bragging of the professed "ladies' man.
We know every game is vital, the main target on Saturday is to get three points, what comes with that, as it does in a local derby (is bragging rights) comes with it, but there is only one major thing that is important to us on Saturday is that we pick up more points.
WINNING the Manchester derby is all about bragging rights though, having been to Manchester, I don't really see too much to brag about.
The company said it teamed with Vision Critical to survey Canadians familiar with the humblebrag trend and found it may be as popular as the selfie with 44 percent of those surveyed admit to humble bragging and half of those are tied to materialistic items.
MANILA -- Showing signs of irritation of the bragging of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
He keeps bragging about how hard Kovalev hits: 'he hit me on the arms and it was like and it was getting hit but nothing I've ever seen'.
Democrats bragging about the number of mandatory sign ups for Obamacare is like Germans bragging about the number of manditory (sic) sign ups for "train rides" for Jews in the 40s.
12 ( ANI ): A Saudi man who was awarded five years imprisonment for bragging on television about how he seduced women has been released.
I bragged for hours, interrupting other people's tattooing, just bragging until it was my turn to sit in the chair.
That's the maxim that the new web series “Total Bragging Rights” puts to the test in its series premiere launched recently on YouTube.
He sounds like he is bragging about getting a discount on salad bowls at Sur La Table.