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  • n. Plural form of brach.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Amazing incompetence and dysfunction at work for eight years of what was Bush/Cheney with control of all the braches of government; Executive (cruel joke), Legislative (speeding un-checked), and Judicial (gave Dubya 2000 election) and here we are. weequahic68

    Congress needs to rein in spending, Thune says

  • The President would still be Commander in Cheif like the Constitution says, but all the financing for the military would come from the PRIVATE sector, and coorporations would be in charge of organizing and running the different braches of our armed forces.

    Democrat: We don't need 'socialized' heath care reform

  • Get your self some chicken wire and weave grasses and braches in and out of it. mount the wire to some PVC piping that you can stand up and some to hang over the sides like panels.

    Does anyone have any ways to blend in a duck hunting boat without having to buy avery grass or something like that for $40.

  • Almost all banks in Mexico have braches in most cities -- in my experience.

    Fideicomiso local bank only?

  • As such he is in breach of the duties as president which I set out above and, on the face of it, is guilty of egregious braches of international criminal law, up to and including genocide (as defined by the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals)

    Blair, Conflict Diamonds & The Rape of The Congo

  • And he took off running, away from the platform, along one of the branches, if you call them braches -- neither of them less than ten meters thick.


  • Of even greater concern than the power grabbing has been the purposeful erosion of the divisions between the executive, the judicial, and the legislative braches.

    Evan Handler: I Can't Believe I'm Standing Up for Obama... But I Am

  • This is an ANC cadre who works with communities to attend to their problems and not use our braches for personal advancement.

    ANC Today

  • How does the SACP deal with opportunistic infiltration of its structures, part of it possibly aimed at destabilising the Alliance as a whole: for instance, it is suggested that in areas of KwaZulu Natal where the ANC cannot launch branches due to threats of violence, the SACP or the Young Communist League (YCL) in recent months has been able to launch braches!


  • As I walked, sunlight filtered through the braches of the pine trees, and their soft needles littering the ground muted my steps.

    The Trouble with Witches


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