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“Born Pessele Epstein in Bobrujsk, northern Belorussia, Wengeroff grew up in Brest-Litovsk (which Jews called Brisk), in the Minsk district.”
“U.S. GDP 4Q: Economy Grew At 'Brisk' 5. 9% Pace, But DON'T Expect It To Last economy rocketed ahead at a 5.9 percent pace in the final quarter of 2009, stronger than initially estimated.”
“Brisk sales of Apple's smartphones, tablets and computers have fueled better-than-expected earnings growth and allowed the company to amass nearly $100 billion in cash.”
“Brisk economic growth and record low unemployment have created millions of entrants into Brazil's middle class.”
“Brisk walking and other activities of moderate intensity are fine.”
“Brisk, focused and boasting several strong performances, this engaging Taffety Punk Theatre Company offering speaks less about its own casting ploy (thank goodness) than it does about urgent contemporary matters: the power of spin, the energy of populism, the clash between emotion and reason in politics.”
“Brisk demand from emerging markets, like No. 2 oil consumer China, are likely to keep prices from hitting their 2008 lows, when the economic recession sent crude spiraling below $40 a barrel.”
“I was on the Emanuela that day in Mozambique Channel when the Brisk caught us with nine hundred slaves between-decks.”
“Our Brisk brand has partnered with Instagram, the photo-sharing application, to customize special editions of Brisk cans featuring user-designed photos for SXSW.”
“Brisk breezes, the New York City Marathon, Central Park ablaze with color ... and neurotic parents interfering in their children's lives.”
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