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  • v. Present participle of bruit.


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  • And while Piaget was bruiting its new crash diet about town, Vacheron Constantin, which at 255 years of age has seen many trends come and go, presented a model it first launched in 1955.

    Slim Elegance Is Back

  • So what does Mr. O have to offer besides some nice generalities and some disturbing statements about Reagan as a change agent, the GOP as the party of ideas for the past 20 years, the supposed bankruptcy of Social Security, and the Lion-and-the-Lamb will sit down to dinner together ideas about health care that he's bruiting about?

    Bill: Reporters Who Dwell On Racial Dust-Ups Are "Determined To Take Election Away" From The People

  • Just as some of the Euro Nabobery is incautious when bruiting the greatness and cleverness of their achievement in reviving the corpse of the Constitution, so others amongst them from time to time reveal their utter terror of the people of Europe and the remote possibility that any one of the member nations of the EU might suddenly turn around and actually consult their voters about the Treaty.

    Archive 2007-12-23

  • This then is yet another example of the Bear bruiting it about that it means to be taken seriously.

    Archive 2007-08-05

  • The Iranian regime is absolutely giddy over how the battle for public opinion is playing out; in their minds everyone except the United States is finally acknowledging the truth they've been bruiting about for years, that the Israelis are nothing but "butchers."

    Iran Is Giddy, but Worried

  • Not long after the Chinese expressed their "regret" over the incident, Japanese newspapers were bruiting a more proactive possibility: that the Japanese Navy might set up a forward base on a strategically sensitive island in the area to keep an eye on future incursions.


  • On the Chesme church, thank you, Tatyana, for the hint of a reference, and to you, language hat, for bruiting my post abroad. LINKS.

  • The fool can never shine in the world by bruiting about his own praise.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • McClellan's delays coincided with a bruiting of the news at Washington that foreign Powers were about to offer mediation.

    Great Britain and the American Civil War

  • But it's all our old lady's fault for bruiting it about!

    Hung Lou Meng, Book II Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books


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