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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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Co branny kunicek, to podstata, co svarno dzievucha, to utrata, ach, jaja, tralalala, co svarno dzievucha, to utrata.
I think I'm getting either Branny Tetter or Grog Blossom just thinking about it.
A Conflict of Values: Alienation and Commitment in, the Novels of Joseph Conrad and William Faulkner, by Grazyna Branny (Krakow: Wydawnictwo SPONSOR, 1997),198pp.
In seborrhoeic dermatitis, the lesions are lighter in colour, less well- defined and covered with a dull or branny scale.
In an exact copy of the start of heat 11, the 12th saw Sedgmen going down, but all four were allowed back this time, and in this re-run King and Branny put the result out of doubt with a 4-2 to leave the score at 46-28.