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Of the Central Franconian brair, of vulgar gelatin *bragi?, of Gallic *bragu (cf. Altirian braid ("to flatulate"), Breton Breguiñ ("to flatulate"), braumañ ("to flatulate"), Cornish bramma, brumbma ("to flatulate")), of proto-Celtic *brageti, *bragyeti ("to flatulate"), of proto-Indo-European *b?reHg- ("to St; related to Lateinisch: fragr? ("to smell"), Proto-Germanic *brakkô ("dog").

Alternative from a Teutonic origin, finally from the Proto-Germanic *brekan? ("break"); related to french ("break"). Every time I'd come by, the jackass would yell at me. To create a hard, inharmonious tone like a scream of a mule. And then he tossed his skull back and screamed with a smile. The Milton Arms on Armmour Classing, Bared / Hoorrible Disco.

And changing warpipes. Did you hear the noise of the warcry? 1986, John le Carré, A Perfect Spy: "But, Jack, it's all so awkward - you said it yourself," Brammel cried, never more than during the demonstration that two positive people made a film. 1876, The London Quarterly and Holborn Review (vol. 46, page 257) If it does not have the strength of the trombone, it does not have the cry of the trombone either, but its own flute-like murmur.

Bible, sayings Xxivii. 22 Though you shall cry out a jester in a mortuary, his stupidity will not leave him. Her head and shoulder are rubbed with the root Pocone to form powders blended with oyls [.....]. Presented by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, and to be marketed in his store at Paul's Church-yard at the signe of the rose, OCLC 63012317, page 1643[sic: 1653]: She boysle it al?o, and after drying and frying it, and from this bran, with eggs, honey, milk and cubed milk from Cocos, they make Florentine, and very good cold-nib.

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