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Even then, Madame Brassart issued her only a certificate not the real McCoy, since Julia had not technically completed the course.
The Messrs. Brassart have always given preference to those of the second category, because there is no need of watching them during a seismic calm, and because they are much more easily constructed.
Johnson got behind the defense and fed the puck out front, where Brassart snapped it past Simpson to make it 1-0.
Calgary Hitmen snuff out Kamloops Blazers 4-3; Mucha sets CHL goaltending record Brassart and Gal score as Spokane Chiefs rally to 2-1 win over Tri-City
She was indignant on the subject of her trials and tribulations at the hands of Madame Elisabeth Brassart, the school’s impossibly arrogant directrice, who had taken against her as a jumped-up American amateur and attempted to bar her from taking the final.
“One being Madame Brassart, head of Cordon Bleu, who is a nasty, mean woman; McCarthy, whom I don’t know; and Old Guard Republicans, whom I see as little as possible.”