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“Canada's co-captain, Kayla Wilkins, who plays under the nickname Brim Stone, said because it's the first world tournament of its kind, teams don't have a solid sense of their opponents' abilities.”
“How do you get those 2 pound Brim off of the bed in the middle of summer?”
“Starbucks will begin testing the soluble coffee — a term that conjures up images of instant brands such as Folgers, Sanka and Brim — by selling it in Starbucks cafes as early as next month.”
“Brim over I assent to but I think the post should acquire more info then it has.”
“Shawn Brim, the Metro employee who punched an off-duty police officer dressed as McGruff the Crime Dog, is back on the job as a bus operator, Metro said.”
“Metro spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein said she received notice Thursday that Brim was back on the job.”
“On Feb. 28, 2009, Brim pulled his bus over near Spring Road and 14th Street NW in the District, disembarked and punched the head an off-duty police officer dressed as McGruff, who educates children about crime prevention.”
“Metro said Brim underwent retraining before reporting to duty.”
“Brim was found guilty of simple assault in D.C. Superior Court and received a 15-day suspended sentence and six months of probation.”
“Oh, and can you get a few pounds of meat for Brim?”
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