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brashness

[′brash·nəs]
(materials)
Pertaining to wood that possesses relatively low shock resistance and therefore fails abruptly when broken during bending.
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Mr Brash said: "This wildlife survey at Mendips uncovered a garden which has been undisturbed for years with lots of nearby green spaces including Strawberry Fields, creating ideal corridors for wildlife.
New Brash clinics are based at the Base KS Youth Information Shop, in Kettlehouse Road, Kingstanding, Hillmeads, in Hillmeads Road, Kings Norton, The Youth Information Shop, in Bristol Road South, Northfield, The Sanctuary, Tangmere Drive, Castle Vale, the Soho clinic, in Louise Road, Handsworth and The Pump Youth Centre, Kitts Green Road, Kitts Green.
Stuart Hart, a school teacher and secretary of Runcorn Independent Baptist Church, said he knew Mr Brash for about 15 years and met Annalyn.
Great Britain showjumpers (from left) Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles celebrate with their Olympic gold medals after winning the equestrian team competition
Such is their form that they will head into tomorrow's individual showjumping final as favourites, although fellow qualifiers Maher and Brash could be among his closest challengers.
National Trust ecologist Peter Brash looks for beetles in John Lennon's childhood garden - but was there a blackbird singing in the dead of night?
How much the people on Route 25 cared, Frank Brash would find out that night.
East Fife side piled on the pressure and Brash came close with a cross shot.
That this manic collection reflected the brash mayhem of her clothing designs is not surprising, since it was an avowedly inspirational "collage wall" that normally resides in her studio.
Brash Entertainment today announced that Space Chimps, the videogame, has shipped to retailers nationwide.
Showjumper Scott Brash, from Peebles in the Borders, was made an OBE for services to equestrianism during a ceremony at Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.