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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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Add some spicy and smoky Chipotle and Monterey Jack Brats to the grill and top with salsa.
Her national radio show constantly promoted Brat and his stance on immigration.
Channel 4 stumped up the pounds 6,000-a-month Brat Camp fees but now the RedCliff regime has been flooded with calls and emails from parents desperate to send their children there.
Brat had been a thorn in Cantor's side on the campaign, casting the congressman as a Washington insider who isn't conservative enough.
For more information about BRAT, including how to join, visit the website www.
R&B siren Mya lends her pipes to "Close to You," Kelis jumps in for "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," Estefan co-croons "Walk on By," Cruz helps point the way to "San Jose" and Cox, Moore, Stone and Da Brat help Warwick bring the socially conscious "Windows of the World" up to date, with Da Brat rapping about Iraq, Katrina and other controversial issues.
We believe that no brat, regardless of its nationality, should be used to divide us," said Stayer.
The suggested donation for attendees is $60 a person (tax deductible of course), covering the entire meal, which is certainly more than a brat and a beer
Among other duties, Tucker, will keep a brat counter as he eats his way across the US, assisting charities with fundraising at each event.
Each BRAT kids' camp runs over five days, with the first one starting this week, the second one from August 8 to 12 and the final one taking place from August 15 to 18.
Focusing on one mum-daughter duo each week, the new series is as grimly fascinating as ever - even if they could probably use the same voiceover that's accompanied every other Brat Camp series.
In Brat Pack films such as The Breakfast Club Judd Nelson usually played obnoxious characters with a rebellious streak but, despite his appeal in the '80s, he failed to win audiences over in the following years.