braie

braie

In Medieval architecture, an outer enceinte, 2 consisting of a palisade or low masonry wall on the counterscarp of a ditch.
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The best local driver was Keith Parry from Llangefni who finished fifth overall, scooping the Albert Braie Trophy and also the Carl Poscha Memorial Award for the best driver resident in North Wales.
During this phase, the fortifications were strengthened with an additional wall constructed against the earlier wall and a fausse braie (second line of wall built in front of the main line of fortifications) in front of it.
The fausse braie was built on an extended platform in front of the main line of fortifications.
Finally, the braie was levelled and a new fausse braie was built with pakhsa blocks.
For instance, the passages from the walkway to the braie were not rebuilt higher up.
Dave De Braie and Paul Boddy remixed this dance version of the 60s track used in the recent Nike ad which stars the Brazil football team.