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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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He said many home-made beverages and dishes, including Brat of northern Pakhtunkhwa, had also travelled to other parts of KP and Fata and even to Kabul because of their unique taste and flavour.
According to Brat, the budget deal "bails out the insolvent Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Trust Fund by diverting $117 billion from the Old Age and Survivors Insurance program, which also has massive unfunded liabilities.
ere could even be some former BRAT juniors competing in Rio.
Two songs in particular showcase The Brat Attack's power and rage: "Dirty AIDS Filled Indians" and "Residential Schools.
Brat summarized his beliefs: "Free Markets, Constitution, Liberty.
According to Magill, it is too early for CUNA to decide whether to support Brat in the general election.
Brat spent only about $122,000, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, and was not seen in the media or national Republican circles as a danger toCantor.
Shireen Mazari in response to Bilawal's address in Karachi stated that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is a spoilt brat who called himself a "leader" only because of his mother and maternal grandfather, adding who hid in rooms from where he recorded his speeches.
The brat was 152 feet long, weighed just about 80 pounds, and required 180 volunteers to roll it over on the grill so all sides were browned over the charcoal.
The question is will our husky compere concentrate on the success of Lowe's recent television career or plunge us back into the age of the Brat Pack?
Travel Business Review-12 July 2010-Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile Hotel Announces Beer and Brat Evening(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
SIMPLE Minds are to star in a documentary about Brat Pack director John Hughes, who died at the age of 59 in New York City last week.