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bruma

[′brü·mə]
(meteorology)
A haze that appears in the afternoons on the coast of Chile when sea air is transported inland.
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La Secretaria de Proteccion Civil de la entidad, confirmo a Notimex que los primeros reportes de la presencia de bruma se notificaron hace seis dias, y desde ese entonces se trabaja para identificar el origen del humo.
Afterwards, Bruma nearly made amends but could send his header off the fingertips of Sven Ulreich and the post.
Four minutes later the Parkhead keeper was picking the ball out of the net again, this time when his defence failed to deal with a Marcelo Saracchi cross, with Portugal international Bruma, who had scored against Gordon in the 3-1 friendly win over Scotland earlier in the month, rifling in from 14 yards.
At Bruma Winery's new restaurant, the 27-year-old New York-trained chef, David Castro Hussong, creates intense, complex, sophisticated dishes from Valle's fresh ingredients.
Poco a poco se va atenuando la bruma. Al fondo hay luces rojas y azules.
HOLLAND: Cillessen, Janmaat, van Dijk (Veltman 46), Kongolo, Bruma, Clasie (Bazoer 87), Promes (Wijnaldum 90), Blind, Sneijder, Dost, Robben, Huntelaar, Depay, Zoet.
About Portuguese winger Bruma, Hamzaoy-lu said there are serious candidates looking to acquire Bruma and they might let him go if there's a good offer that the player is also enthusiastic about.
A more likely target for the Wearsiders could be Portuguese winger Bruma, who is expected to leave Turkish club Galatasaray in January.
PSV Eindhoven defender Jeffrey Bruma (78) scored his first international goal.
Especial atencion merece el manejo casi cinematografico de la luz, la bruma y la niebla como marcas discursivas de la culpa y la exclusion social.
Tim Matavz saw his shot blocked behind and from the resulting corner Jeffrey Bruma put a header past the post.