Brett


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Brett

(brĕt)
n.
The leathery flavor and smell imparted by fermentation by Brettanomyces yeasts, considered a fault in wine but appreciated in certain styles of beers.
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After hearing the news just moments before she was due on stage in Northern Ireland, she later dashed to Belfast airport to be by Brett's side in North Wales.
In the months that followed Sherrie would turn her life upside down to help Brett fight the killer disease and to be by his side.
Mr Mallaburn said his partner, Louise Pearce, answered the door and the brothers barged in and ran upstairs towards him with weapons in their hands, with Brett shouting "I'm going to f*** kill you."
(http://bigbrothernetwork.com/big-brother-20-episode-34-recap-whose-super-power-is-winning-vetoes/) Kaycee and Tyler expressed their concern over Brett's loyalty.
Now a draft report of the independent investigation, seen by the M.E.N., says Coun Brett 'brought himself, his office and council into disrepute.'.
Brett joins Stonehenge NYC from Town Residential, where he worked since its inception in 2010.
Brett, as it is commonly called in the wine industry, is a wild yeast associated with the spoilage of red wine.
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As I Brett, he out, 'This what you for, you have But just a week later I answered the phone to my mum at 2am.
Brett Butler moved to Libertyville in the winter of 1970, his seventh-grade year at Highland Middle School, my eighth-grade year.