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bran·ny

(bran'ē), Do not confuse this word with brawny.
Small husklike scales, used in reference to skin flakes. See: defurfuration.
[M.E. bran, broken coat of cereal grain]

bran·ny

(bran'ē)
Denoting desquamation of small husklike scales.
[M.E. bran, broken coat of cereal grain]
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I think I'm getting either Branny Tetter or Grog Blossom just thinking about it.
Collegium 1704: Vaclav Luks - harpsichord, Xaver Julien Laferriere - solo violin, Helena Zemanova, Marketa Zemancova - 1st violins, David Plantier, Olivia Centurioni - 2nd violins, Marie-Liesse Barau, Vasilios Tsotsolis - viola, Petr Skalka - cello, Ludek Branny - contrabass, Ann-Kathrin Bruggenmann, - solo oboist, Elsa Frank - oboe, Eckhard Lenzing - bassoon, Igor Paro - theorbo, Premysl Vacek - archlute.
A Conflict of Values: Alienation and Commitment in, the Novels of Joseph Conrad and William Faulkner, by Grazyna Branny (Krakow: Wydawnictwo SPONSOR, 1997),198pp.