BRAND


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BRANDBroadband for Rural and Northern Development (Canada)
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What do we talk of marks and brands, whether on the bodice of her gown or the flesh of her forehead?
By the brand on my shoulder, the finest of tunes Is played by the Lancers, Hussars, and Dragoons, And it's sweeter than "Stables" or "Water" to me-- The Cavalry Canter of "Bonnie Dundee"!
The aide-de-camp seized a brand from the fire and waved it in her face.
But Korak did not wince even after they had fetched a brand and the flames had shot up among the dry tinder.
No doubt, for he is carrying an enormous sum in brand new banknotes with him.
He now wished to be amongst them, in order to see some other face besides that of his jailer; he sighed for the galleys, with the infamous costume, the chain, and the brand on the shoulder.
Then, as one who lives alone in the country, far from any neighbor, hides a brand as fire-seed in the ashes to save himself from having to get a light elsewhere, even so did Ulysses cover himself up with leaves; and Minerva shed a sweet sleep upon his eyes, closed his eyelids, and made him lose all memories of his sorrows.
Now, I tell you, you must pass with me through this army across to Scotland, and if you refuse you may choose betwixt two names, which the contempt of all honest men will brand you with -- you are either cowards or traitors
The offspring of a race of heathens, he has in truth been ‘as a brand plucked from the burning.
Then, turning to his companion: "There is the signal," added he; and he immediately applied the burning brand to the wainscoting.
I darted to it, and had a heavy, half-burned brand whirling round my head next instant.
Hot, sweet breath against his cheek and mouth had fanned a new flame to life within his breast, and perfect lips had clung to his in burning kisses that had seared a deep brand into his soul--a brand which marked a new Tarzan.