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brag

a card game: an old form of poker
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When it comes to spending, we're most likely to brag about the high cost of holidays (75% say they would), with high price tags for cars (69%), houses (41%) and tech (34%) also something to write home about.
When you brag, the act itself, followed by its acknowledgment by your social media network, will provide you with a dual, short-term motivational boost.
Club Social is a meet-up concept launched by BRAG six months ago to bring the online community together in a fun and engaging way.
To brag about private behavior with women is kind of pitiful.
Our family doesn't have much money, and she constantly brags about shopping.
And a fifth admit they brag purely to make friends and family jealous.
Mae dymuniadau'r ymadawedig yn gallu bod yn eithaf gwahanol ar brydiau, ac yn y drydedd bennod yn y gyfres, byddwn yn dilyn Gareth i Brag, ac yn ei weld yn ymateb i ddymuniad go anarferol.
Riette Hanekom, Principal of St George's said that they are proud of the hockey teams and thank supporters and the Big Brag teams.
Cleveland, OH, June 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Northeast, Ohio-based Tag N' Brag LLC recently launched www.tag-n-brag.com, the outdoor industry's fastest growing social network.
Do something that boosts learning and brag, brag, brag about it.
His song "30" tackles the hardships of being secure enough to even begin to have something to brag about.
On this basis, it is argued that a bragging right consists of a belief that a behaviour will provide an opportunity--or a right, to communicate (brag) about that behaviour.