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  • She wants Kelly to go put on a bra, or a "brawer," already.

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  • An’ siller, that’s sae braw to keep, is brawer still to gi’e.

    VI. The Spaewife

  • An’ siller, that ’s sae braw to keep, is brawer still to gi’e.

    The Spaewife

  • ` ` It's brawer walking on the road than amang thae wild bushes and whins. ''

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • "It's brawer walking on the road than amang thae wild bushes and whins."

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  • And I second Jill's brawer remark! amanda Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 10: 13 AM EST

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  • If a gold-laced waistcoat has an empty pouch, the plain swan’s-down will be the brawer of the twa.”

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • “It’s brawer walking on the road than amang thae wild bushes and whins.”

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • "Noo, lasses, ye should never be owre proud; for ye see there was ance a leddy, and she was aye fond o 'being brawer than other folk; so she gaed awa' to take a walk ae day, her and her brother: so she met wi 'a gentleman -

    Pennyworth of Pins

  • If a gold-laced waistcoat has an empty pouch, the plain swan's-down will be the brawer of the twa. "

    St. Ronan's Well

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