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brat

A popular term for an unpleasant, ill-tempered child; a spoilt and self-centred, ill-mannered person.
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The Who drummer Keith Moon claimed he was a Hollywood Brats fan after they played a show in London.
Doug manned one side of the cart, grilling dogs and brats and buttering rolls; Nancy worked the other side, filling rolls with lobster and placing them on beds of potato sticks in boat-shaped paper trays.
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Gold'n Plump consumers told us they're looking for healthier alternatives to pork brats and sausages," says Sara Danforth, new product development manager for the Saint Cloud, Minn.
None of the artists I grew up with were brats - the Ushers, the Brandys, the TLCs.
Victor Mason Stone, another one of the brats, is now a lawyer turned private investigator.
Travel Business Review-12 July 2010-Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile Hotel Announces Beer and Brat Evening(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
And helping, meanwhile, to breed a generation of charmless brats.
Musil has told the story of the little-known subculture of military brats in a documentary she called "Brats: Our Journey Home.
It takes the arrival of Russ Fyles, as Willy Wonka, to inject some much needed panache into the performance, although Jade Woodhouse, with a pleasing contribution as the most prominent brat, could give lessons in sustained screaming.
When the mayor asked for a list of the candidates the district is considering to replace outgoing Superintendent Roy Romer, the board brats flatly said no.
IT SHOULDN'T be a problem for the brats taking part in the new version of the show, as this time their parents are coming along too.