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bran·dy

(bran'dē),
An alcoholic liquid obtained by the distillation of the fermented juice of sound ripe grapes and usually containing 40-54% ethyl alcohol.
[Du. brandewijn, burnt (distilled) wine]

brandy

An alcoholic spirit produced by distilling wine, which has an alcohol content ranging from 35% to 60%. Better quality brandies are aged in oak casks; cheaper brandies simulate the amber hue with colouring.

brandy

A strong alcoholic liquor distilled from wine
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Say Whitney Houston's name three times fast and Brandy will appear to tell you about how much she thinks Whitney loved her," (https://twitter.
Brandys has served as GSM for WWMX and has held sales roles at Summit Broadcasting and at Sconnix Broadcasting, former owner of WQSR-FM in Baltimore.
I am not even sure if I would go along with Kazimierz Brandys who claimed that the big question for Polish literature in 1918 was whether it 'ever could be universal' or remain 'purely local' (p.
The great Polish writer Kazimierz Brandys, in a book which remains unpublished in Poland, has written:
There have been notable effects of sub-urbanization within the Prague metropolitan area explaining high intensity of CI in the Prague's hinterland regions such as Cernosice and Brandys nad Labem.
The final paragraph in Julian's article, though, must remain the significant one, with Frank Forester opining over several brandys and a cigar that "we broke even".
I know you'll be on the brandys, making everyone laugh, like you always have done.
After a temporary move to Brandys nad Labem (2003) the competition has since 2004 been based in Plzen, where Bedrich Smetana studied at the local Grammar School and where be created his earliest compositions.
Fue Brandys quien lo guio a la escritura de su primer triunfo como periodista: el reportaje "La otra verdad sobre Nowa Huta", una radiografia extremadamente critica de la ciudad obrera homonima, concebida por la propaganda oficial como el escaparate del nuevo regimen socialista prosovietico de Polonia.
Among the best known was the publication of a story, "Nim b-dzie zapomniany" (Before He Will Be Forgotten), by Kazimierz Brandys, in the 1950s the leading writer of socialist realism in Poland and thus virtually an official spokesman of the establishment.