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A gang of horribly exploited rural Welsh simpletons move into a house of horror in the biggest, brashest city they could possibly imagine.
On balance, I'd say young Jack was Cowell's brashest stunt.
Delivering the closing speech on Saturday at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, Cruz - who in three months has earned a reputation as one of the brashest new members of Congress - told an eager audience that conservatives may have turned a corner.
Show hosts Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood are ready to send themselves up in a fun-filled fourpart series as they attempt to tutor some of Britain's brightest and brashest comedians.
Harris went on to showcase this year's biggest and brashest Broadway hits, including smash-success "The Book of Mormon.
Being called Humble in the biggest and brashest state in one of the biggest and surely the brashest nation in the world is no mean feat, particularly when you play host to a top-notch PGA tour event, the Houston Open, which is quite something to shout about.
Yes, the dead do sweat, know fatigue in its brashest moods.
And now sadly, instead of returning to mutuality, it is sold off dirt cheap to one of the brashest companies in England.
Zoe Whittall might just possibly be the cockiest, brashest, funniest, toughest, most life-affirming, elegant, scruffy, no-holds-barred writer to emerge from Montreal since Mordecai Richler.
Welsh Lamb on sale in Germany Patricia Czerniak talks to a client HCC's stand at Anuga was not the biggest and brashest, but business with potential buyers was brisk Pictures: ANDREW FORGRAVE
But as with any exchange, the brashest usually have the final word.
The National describes the company as "one of the brashest developers in Dubai's property boom.