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brattish

[′brad·ish]
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One of the brats, a boy about eight years old-could he have been in the fields last night?
Just as the Brat Pack movies identified the social tribes of American adolescence so your own choice of Brat Pack pin-up pigeon-holed your place in the Welsh teen scene.
Marriott International Inc (NYSE: MAR), a US-based company that owns and operates hotel properties, has announced hosting of an upcoming event with Leinenkugel Brothers and Brats at Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile Hotel (the hotel) in Chicago, US.
The documentary, also called Don't You Forget About Me, is named after the Simple Minds song that features in Hughes's seminal 1985 Brat Pack film The Breakfast Club.
A SENIOR trade union official was last night forced to apologise after branding people who inherit properties brats.
Fill Up the Hot Tub - It's not a sausage fest without a Brat Hot Tub and it's an easy way to serve a variety of fresh or smoked brats to a hungry crowd.
This season - whether fans enjoy games at a stadium or in front of a television - one thing's for certain: Sauerkraut will be a big hit among many brat, sausage, and hot dog lovers.
A YES, I've seen the programme - as have millions of other folk including thousands of demented parents who, like yours, wouldn't mind their kids having an extended Brat Camp 'holiday'.
These underdog edge tactics David Brat used to win can be used by any organization that wants to influence public opinion or work effectively with an elected official
BRAT executive committee member Martin Ludford said: "We really are seeing the benefits now.
Also, he foolishly used his campaign millions to barrage Brat with absurd ads implying that because Brat is a professor, he must be a liberal.
Maybe a chat with the Brat Camp mums would remind them that not all babies grow up to be doctors and lawyers once the stork leaves.