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  • n. Plural form of brazil.

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Examples

  • The Doctor was down the Gambon's chimney before you could say chocolate brazils, though it was more Dick van Dyke than Santa, what with the clouds of soot and long-legged capering.

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  • Almonds and brazils nuts contain about 100mgs of calcium per serving.

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  • Eat them alongside seeds and nuts, particularly almonds and brazils, sesame seeds and tahini (which contains a massive 680mg of calcium per 100g), and you'l definitely be covering your calcium RDA (800mg).

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  • How are we to know the strength of her conviction that sooner rather than later she will say goodbye to baggy jumpers, chocolate brazils and crispy cakes for ever?

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  • A sublime mature tawny, wonderfully mellow, with creamy toffee, brazils and hazelnuts that linger for ever.

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  • Yes most of their athletes gravitate to union, no more than brazils gravitate to soccer.

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  • Prices for cashews, pine nuts, brazils, pistachio, peanuts and macadamias have increased as much as 70 per cent this year in part because of strong Asian demand.

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  • We are unsuited to coconut, peanuts, brazils and cashews and I had gradually bought all of these back into our diets (bar peanuts and cashews for me, which I can't digest at all!).

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  • They are fiercely salty (my nightly sessions propping up the counter did thoroughly impressive things to my blood pressure) which in turn makes you thirsty, which makes you buy more drinks, which gets you drunk, which makes you peckish, which in turn makes you think even the brazils are worth a pop and so it goes.

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  • As with almost every mixed bar snack there is something that always gets left uneaten, which in this case is the brazils.

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