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Bre·da

(brē'dă),
Achille, Italian dermatologist, 1850-1933. See: Breda disease.
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Rory Douglas-Speed has revealed upcoming scenes will put him firmly in Breda's sights, and could make him the next victim.
Brood and former boss Mitchell van der Gaag have struggled to nail down a best starting 11 in their tenures - no Eredivisie side have used more than Breda's 33 players in 2018-19.
In parallel with this and recognising the value to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers of having an opportunity to meet socially on a regular basis, Breda came up with the idea of establishing a memory cafe.
Henri van Breda, left, talks to one of his legal adviser, Piet Botha, right, in the HIgh Court in Cape Town, South Africa, Monday, May 21, 2018 as he awaits the verdict in his murder, and attempted murder trial.
Her sister said she knew something was wrong when she noticed Breda's postbox was broken and their worst fears were realised when they returned to the house with gardai.
Breda's USD5.2m ward, consisting of a USD1.8m grant, a USD784,000 loan and USD2.6m in matching private investment, of which only a portion is for access equipment, will be used to provide advanced high-speed broadband to underserved areas of its incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC) territory.
Breda's son Adrian fears that his mum was killed to clear the way for him to be sold into sex slavery by his stepmother, Helen Ford.
He is a leader as he was captain at Breda and he'll give us a physical presence in midfield.
Breda Ryan was found fatally injured on the roadside near Drogheda, Co Louth, on July 28 and died 10 days later.
Robert did not have a European goal to his name in a black-and-white shirt when United went to Breda for their first-round, second-leg match in October.
Violence marred Newcastle United's UEFA Cup tie in Breda last night, with more than 80 English football fans arrested after rioting in the Dutch town.