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“As these were taking their places they were followed from the camp by the troops in phalanx called the Brazen Shields, so that the whole plain seemed alive with the flashing of steel and the glistening of brass; and the hills also with their shouts, as they cheered each other on.”
“It is a sacred bo, or Ficus Religiosa, which stands adjacent to an ancient holy shrine known as the Brazen Monastery, now in ruins.”
“Thus, she says, "I had to pretend to be excited to be asked and also pretend to be excited to wear a dress from a shop called Brazen Hussy.”
“Tyop du jour: "Brazen," she said with her rusty vice”
“Jess "Brazen" Bravin a true culture warrior for the right.”
“Losing no time, the very year after his return Clapperton sailed from Portsmouth on board HM sloop "Brazen," and, touching at Sierra Leone, arrived at Benin on the 26th of November.”
“Hanson's  being appointed commander of The 'Brazen' Sloop of War, and I congratulate myself on”
“In January, 1800, Captain Hanson, in command of H.M.S. 'Brazen', had captured a French vessel, which he sent to Portsmouth with a prize crew.”
“Video: Shooting Scene, Witness Account Civic Leaders Decry 'Brazen' Shooting”
“Caught On Camera: 'Brazen' Daylight Robbery Teen Pleads Guilty To Killing Family, Weeps”
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