BRUM


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BRUMBirmingham Rehabilitation Uptake Maximisation (study; UK)
BRUMBirmingham Re-Usable Materials
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Brum redoubled their efforts, gaining two penalties in their opponents' half.
Brum might want our share of government funding, but we don't need them.
His mum burst into tears and the rest of us were in awe when Jake came up and out of the blue started saying 'brum, brum, brum.
Cycle South Brum will provide loan bikes free to residents, offer maintenance classes and run weekly familyfriendly bike rides.
Brum boss Chris Hughton said: "It was a great performance.
Hull, who gave ex-Celt Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink his debut, hit the bar through Seyi Olofinjana but Brum held on.
Town were holders when they next faced Brum in the FA Cup, starting an ultimately unsuccessful defence in1922-23witha 2-1win at Leeds Road.
As part of the campaign, TOTAL has developed free interactive packs featuring the Ragdoll Productions' popular character Brum, to help teachers and parents teach small children road safety at home, in class, the playground and on the internet.
See every tot's favourite car live on stage as Brum strives to save the crazy residents of the Big Town from mishap and mischief.
But by the time the half-time whistle blew Brum were in control.
It was as if a great red bowl had been placed over us," said de Brum, who had just become a firsthand witness to the Bravo Shot, the most powerful hydrogen bomb detonation in history, equal to the explosive force of 1,000 Hiroshimas.
There's a lot of work here,'' said Dolores Brum, a representative of the state EDD.