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asked Turlington, retorting Launce's question on him, with a harsh ring of defiance in his brassy voice.
18 (ANI): The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday conducted searches at Brassy House branch of Punjab National Bank (PNB) in connection with the billion-dollar fraud case.
Brassy B (band) A 10-piece brass band playing funk, drum and bass, dub, reggae and dance, Brassy B started in 2010 at Sage Gateshead as a youth music programme.
The film, inspired by true events, is worthy enough and the leads are memorable, as is Reese Witherspoon as a brassy agency boss trying to find them jobs.
The slick production is as big, brassy and jazzy as you'd expect, and fans of Dame Shirley will not be disappointed.
Created from Condor leather they feature a brassy lock, carry handle and cross body strap making them perfect for hands-free moments.
This is brassy dance pop for brassy dance popsters.
they're brassy, they're brazen, they're my kind of girls.
A big, brassy 60s-style stomper one moment and a synth fanfare with a killer bassline the next.
Groove Armada O2 ACADEMY, BY IRMINGHAM BRASSY laid back trombone melodies, striking strobe lighting, booming beats and, of course, dance.
The low growl in the music is echoed by the growl in singer Dom Mazzolli's voice, a nice counterpoint to brassy, inherently upbeat trumpets.
EARTH WIND & FIRE Greatest Hits (Sony) IT'S easy to forget just how much Earth Wind & Fire wrote the soundtrack to the late 70s and early 80s, adding brassy punch and squidgy synth to Michael Jackson-style dance beats.