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  • abbreviation Brazil; Brazilian.

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Examples

  • * Dr. Ed 'Braz' Brazzelton: [laughing] Fifteen billion dollars ...

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  • Keyes and Zimsky seek the help of Dr. Serge Leveque, a weapons expert, and Ed "Braz" Brazzelton.

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  • Keyes and Zimsky seek the help of Dr. Serge Leveque, a weapons expert, and Ed "Braz" Brazzelton.

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  • Le Braz, La Légende de la mort chez les bretons armoricains Paris: Bel-fond, 1966, 24–27.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Jeff Stranks also wrote a nice article for the Braz-TESOL magazine in which he describes the importance of teaching pronunciation for the development of listening skills – and I agree with on that.

    P is for Pronunciation « An A-Z of ELT

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • The modern French folklorist Anatole Le Braz knew well the anxiety that omens bring; he described some of them in a memoir of his childhood in southern Brittany, The Legend of Death Among the Armorican Bretons 1902.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Le Braz, La Légende de la mort chez les bretons armoricains Paris: Bel-fond, 1966, 24–27.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • "We find that, while much sorting exists at all stages of college, black and white students are, in reality, very compatible as friends," write the authors, Braz Camargo of Sao Paulo School of Economics and the University of Western Ontario, Ralph Stinebrickner of Berea College and Todd Stinebrickner of the University of Western Ontario.

    Study: Racial harmony begins in the dorm room

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