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Stevan said: "If you search for it on the internet there is surprisingly little about it but in its 1970s heyday it was arguably the biggest, brashest and best gay club in the whole of the north of England.
Russia's support for new Syrian elections is the brashest ploy of all.
the corporation constantly presents the brashest rivalry as a healthy form of emulation, an excellent motivational force that opposes individuals against one another and runs through each, dividing each within ('Postscript', pp4-5).
But for one of the biggest, brashest "sporting" titles around, WWE 2K15 fails to deliver a knock-out blow.
The film's brashest innovation -- English-speaking cows, and a few other animated elements -- brings an aspect of "fun" to the film that is quite alien to most discussions of Israel's occupation of Palestine.
Describing a more contemporary harnessing of the unexpected, Deleuze continues: "the corporation constantly presents the brashest rivalry as a healthy form of emulation, an excellent motivation force.
Magic Mike'' -- This was the brashest announcement of McConaughey's new boldness.
At rest, its black wings are streaked with white tiger stripes, but once disturbed the Jersey Tiger reveals a whirr of crimson - equally as dramatic as anything produced by the brashest of British butterflies.
The brashest of Paul's positions--the immediate cutting off of aid, the major downsizing of military bases, the imposition of significant congressional authority--will likely never become U.
68) By mid-2012, only the brashest of lawyers could relish arguing to a federal judge that the manifestation rule was an invasive species foreign to Florida.