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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.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • How do you get those 2 pound Brim off of the bed in the middle of summer?

    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.

    Starbucks To Launch Instant Coffee - The Consumerist

  • Brim over I assent to but I think the post should acquire more info then it has.

    I am Number 6

  • 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.

    Local Digest

  • Metro spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein said she received notice Thursday that Brim was back on the job.

    Local Digest

  • 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.

    Local Digest

  • Metro said Brim underwent retraining before reporting to duty.

    Local Digest

  • Brim was found guilty of simple assault in D.C. Superior Court and received a 15-day suspended sentence and six months of probation.

    Local Digest

  • Oh, and can you get a few pounds of meat for Brim?

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

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