little brother


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little brother

[′lid·əl ′brəth·ər]
(meteorology)
A subsidiary tropical cyclone that sometimes follows a more severe disturbance.
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Oliver Bevans, left, stopped his little brother Stanley, right, from choking
This edition of Little Brother invites you to build context around the story by building Wikipedia-like entries to any concepts, words, or passages that you think are worth knowing more about.
They slapped me and asked to have sex with me or they would rape my little brother.
The most famous little brother among the Beavers is running back Quizz Rodgers, a year younger in age than brother James.
Big Brother's Little Brother presenter George Lamb reckons there are some great housemates on this year's Big Brother.
Kim, 44, said: "We weren't too surprised Big Brother's Little Brother wanted to show our clip because there are thousands of people watching us every day.
MY LITTLE brother runs around in confetti, My little brother eats all his spaghetti, My little brother has his birthday in July, My little brother hates his shepherd's pie, My little brother likes to watch Ben 10, Once he hears a joke it is said again and again, My little brother can be quite lame, But I love him just the same.
A Canadian man helped kill his 12-year-old girlfriend's parents and little brother because she told him it was the only way they could be together.
I'm so scared my little brother is going to be a bad person with a gross mind.
Last November, nine-year-old Jimmy Stevens was riding with his mother and his little brother and sister on a highway in Cleburne, Texas, when his mother, Latisha, passed out at the wheel.
My little brother is eight and gets really upset when they shout at each other, and I don't want him to have his Christmas ruined.