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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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There are shades of Ikara Colt while Rural Town makes like the Fall - a bratty kick of angry pop.
New song Nothing mixes a girl group-style spoken word with bratty punk distortion, while a well deserved encore takes in a gorgeous Endless Talk and a cover of Television's See No Evil.
The school is a mixed bag of students, from ambitious and bratty to shy but talented.
By 2010, however, Mattel's case lost steam when a 9th Circuit judge issued an opinion criticizing the notion that Mattel could have a monopoly on the idea of a "bratty" fashion doll by comparing it to hypothetical claims that Degas could have the sole right to paint ballerinas or a novelist the sole right to write about vampires.
It's that knowing, bratty, smart-ass twang that I guess is inspired by wearing sunglasses every day of your life and drinking Big Gulps on the beach.
The other you has another career, a house full of loving or bratty kids, a more or less beautiful spouse.
ItAAEs both endearingly bratty and achingly heart-on-sleeve while expanding the bandAAEs churning garage rock sound to include some blissed-out jams and even a few songs that resemble ballads.
It all began when the spoiled, bratty and, up 'til now, straight Rebecca Logan got her first Sapphic taste, with an older woman who came to CyprusRhodes University to visit one of Rebecca's sorority sisters.
William, the indulged and rather bratty only boy, is at odds with almost everyone.
"Run 4 Cover" rants and stomps like the bratty little stepsister of Missy Elliott's "Pass That Dutch." Only when our heroes forget to plant a solid song idea--as on the all-fireworks, no-flame "Everybody"--do their antics veer into incoherence.
Bratty, the "house cat" at Walker's clinic, saunters from room to room throughout the facility.