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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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Hello M'Lady certainly displayed rich potential in claiming a thrilling jump-off success on Sunday night, and Brash added: "She is a special horse - I really have high hopes for her.
Mr Brash added: "It's clear from the lush green surroundings of the Woolton area that bird song and butterflies would have been an everyday part of his life.
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.
Brash made an early guilty plea to a charge of dishonestly making a false representation and has made arrangements to repay the cash.
Speaking at the "Catching the Knowledge Wave" conference in Auckland, Dr Brash said that, to achieve markedly faster growth, an attitudinal change was required.
Parents will appreciate that Cradle Rock keeps melodic structure and tempos in tact," says Steve Jones, CEO of Brash Music.
com/young-restless-spoilers-victoria-makes-decision-about-brash-sassys-future-2561527) Victoria Makes A Decision About Brash And Sassy's Future On "The Young And The Restless"
I've had a wonderful year," said 29-year-old Scotsman Brash, based in Peebles.
SCOTT BRASH last night admitted he was sick after being kicked in the guts by the sport he has devoted his life to.
All four team members - Nick Skelton, Ben Maher, Scott Brash and Peter Charles - then rode again in front of a capacity 23,000 crowd.
Peter Brash, a National Trust invertebrate ecologist, yesterday conducted a wildlife survey at Mendips, Lennon's former home in Woolton.
Annalyn Batalyer Brash, 23, is said to have admitted hiring two men to kill David Brash, who ran Runcorn Independent Baptist Church, in Cheshire, for 12 years.