BROM


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AcronymDefinition
BROMBack Range of Motion
BROMBlenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde, Malplaquet (mnemonic; War of Spanish Succession English victories)
BROMBipolar Read-Only Memory (computer science)
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Among these, the most formidable was a burly, roaring, roystering blade, of the name of Abraham, or, according to the Dutch abbreviation, Brom Van Brunt, the hero of the country round which rang with his feats of strength and hardihood.
Certain it is, this was not the case with the redoubtable Brom Bones; and from the moment Ichabod Crane made his advances, the interests of the former evidently declined: his horse was no longer seen tied to the palings on Sunday nights, and a deadly feud gradually arose between him and the preceptor of Sleepy Hollow.
There was something extremely provoking, in this obstinately pacific system; it left Brom no alternative but to draw upon the funds of rustic waggery in his disposition, and to play off boorish practical jokes upon his rival.
the lady of his heart was his partner in the dance, and smiling graciously in reply to all his amorous oglings; while Brom Bones, sorely smitten with love and jealousy, sat brooding by himself in one corner.
This story was immediately matched by a thrice marvellous adventure of Brom Bones, who made light of the Galloping Hessian as an arrant jockey.
Ichabod, who had no relish for this strange midnight companion, and bethought himself of the adventure of Brom Bones with the Galloping Hessian, now quickened his steed in hopes of leaving him behind.
Here is my shilling, Brom, and I claim a right to shoot.
They say you have a hole in your left shoulder yourself, so I think Brom may give you a fire for half-price.
The mirth of Brom, which had been again excited, though in a much smaller degree than before, by the failure of the second adventurer, vanished the instant Natty took his stand.
Natty Bumppo hit a nigger,” said the indignant old hunter, “if you don’t get out of the way, Brom.
I b’lieve I’ll try luck once more myself; so, Brom, here’s my money, and I take the next fire.
but pay your money and renew your chance; unless Brom will sell me the bird for a dollar.