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  • I called Bria and asked her to meet me at the restaurant.

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  • I called Bria and let her know I would be taking the day off.

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  • "I wouldn't call Bria a distance runner, but she's a competitor," Collett said.

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  • I should’ve called Bria at the restaurant to see if there were any messages for me but decided if there were, they could wait until tomorrow.

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  • “Mirar is in Mur, in a little seaside town called Bria, where Dreamweavers are accepted by the locals for all their skills.

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  • He climaxed the second set with a whimsical "Tiger Rag," democratically giving the five trumpeters in his section most noticeably the talented Bria Skonberg a chance to step into the spotlight.

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  • Freshman point guard Bria Hartley and 6-5 center Stefanie Dolson will be in the starting mix quickly.

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  • Milan was good for letting nonsense roll off her back; Bria stored everything as ammunition for the next round.

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  • We went out to the parking lot and Bria was fuming.

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  • Bryce dared Bria to steal a pack of Hubba Bubba Bubble Gum.

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