Brown sign

Brown sign

(brown),
pulsation of the glomus tumor in the middle ear when positive pressure is applied to the external auditory canal during otoscopy.
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Sadly we then had Gordon Brown sign the Lisbon Treaty knowing that even more eastern Europeans could flood our country.
That's because when you drive up the A38 towards Derby, there isn't a single brown sign to tell you that it exists.
I recently saw a Brown sign rolled up and thrown in the bushes," Laverdure said.
If there's a brown sign attraction near you, Hone's site has a page where you can enter all the details and add it to a map.
After about 10-12 miles, turn left onto the minor road - there is a brown sign here for Cemlyn Nature Reserve.
Do Mr Blair and Mr Brown sign a cheque drawn on some special Treasury bank account or is it paid by direct debit, or some other means?
It also seems to have won the brown sign challenge, too.
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire AM Angela Burns is now demanding to know why McDonald's qualifies for a brown sign but other businesses don't.
Crossing the Severn Bridge into Wales, our much heart-warming former colourful and proud old sign, Croeso I Gymru (Welcome to Wales) is and has been for a few years now transformed into a turgid brown sign, usually reserved for theme parks.
Mr Moeran said: "The challenge now is to design an acceptable brown sign to promote the coast road with its small ports, villages and attractions.
Underlining the signs' potential, Matthew Johnson, general manager for Bodysgallen Hall, spa and luxury restaurant, near Llandudno, said its brown sign is viewed as the hotel's "entrance" from the A5 and A470.
I'd read about this place online, checked a map before setting off and thought to myself: ''I'll just look out for the brown sign when we get there.