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If Brash values honesty then English's motivation, apart from a brazen show of confidence, appears to be the desire to minimise damage to the party's image.
The world economy, while not nearly as buoyant on average as the New Zealand economy, appears to be continuing a gradual recovery, Brash added.
Judge Griffiths-Williams jailed Brash for two years for each burglary, to run concurrently.
I've had a wonderful year," said 29-yearold Scotsman Brash, who is based in Peebles.
Mr Brash said: "This wildlife survey at Mendips uncovered a garden which has been undisturbed for years with lots of nearby green spaces including Strawberry Fields, creating ideal corridors for wildlife.
The BRASH clinics will be able to offer young people a place to get all the information they need in a friendly and confidential way.
The court heard that Brash, 74, of Ascot Gardens South, South Shields, continued to claim benefits despite the fact he had savings in excess of pounds 16,000.
Reserve Bank Governor Don Brash today said that if New Zealand is to achieve faster economic growth, first of all New Zealanders have to want it.
Three emerging companies whose work offers a brash mix of contemporary genres will share billing on Program B.
It is the attitude of brash self-sufficiency in his photographs - conveyed through the corporeal intensity and quirky postures of the models - that proves a curious match for the spartan elegance of Yamamoto's designs, and lends their colland lends their collaboration its bite.
com), a series of children's lullaby albums produced and created by Brash Music and Tree Top Records, hits stores and digital distribution channels today.
Cane (Daniel Goddard) swore to Victoria (Amelia Heinle) that Juliet's (Laur Allen) sexual harassment claims were bogus, and while he didn't actually coerce her into sex before getting her a job at Brash and Sassy, he did sleep with her and get her pregnant on the CBS soap.