from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A blue and white striped cloth made in India.
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Let's ask her about the brual sanctions imnposed on Iraqi children and women and elderly people for ten years, causing the deaths of some more hundreds of thosands due to disease and lack of medical attention.
From what I see here, many people on the spectrum consider things like brual honesty, special interests, and living in your own world to be positive things (myself included).
It was just brual being the Top-35 and trying to qualify for every race.
Or better yet, we can condemn all the Iraqi civilians to a likely brual and short life as they’re caught in the cross-fire between warring religious/ethnic groups!
The Velvet Underground seems to be experiencing a bit of a resurgence these days, with indie bands returning to their brual/pretty template and big rock acts covering their tunes (sadly, no good video of "Oh! Sweet Nuthin '" or "Rock And Roll" readily available