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BROBrother
BROBig Red One (First Infantry Division; US Army)
BROBasic Rights Oregon
BROBreault Research Organization
BROBorder Roads Organisation (India)
BROBromine Monoxide
BROBanque Régionale de l'Ouest (French: Regional Bank of the West)
BROBest Reasonable Offer (classified ads)
BROBy Recommendation Only (wedding planner)
BROBMX Riders Organization
BROBikers Rights Organization
BROBaltics, Russia, and Other countries of the former Soviet Union
BROBrno, Turany Czech Republic (airport code)
BROBaton Rouge Observatory
BROBridge Replacement Off System
BROBusiness Representative Organisation
BROBudget Responsible Officer
BROBrownsville, TX, USA - South Padre Island International (Airport Code)
BROBrevet de Randonneur de l'Oisans (French cycling event)
BROBetter Regulation Office (Australia)
BROBlackwell Reference Online (academic library)
BROBase Repair Organisation (now Naval Dockyard; Visakhapatnam, India)
References in classic literature ?
You yourself, brother Francis, have twice raised your voice, so it hath come to my ears, when the reader in the refectory hath been dealing with the lives of God's most blessed saints.
Levin had meant to tell his brother of his determination to get married, and to ask his advice; he had indeed firmly resolved to do so.
No, he does not know what he is about," cried Catherine; "he does not know the pain he is giving my brother.
I go to seek our brother, and when I have found him I shall return hither.
My dear brother, Jehan hath made of your counsels straw and dung to trample under foot.
That brave captain that you speak of is my eldest brother, who, being of a bolder and loftier mind than my other brother or myself, chose the honourable and worthy calling of arms, which was one of the three careers our father proposed to us, as your comrade mentioned in that fable you thought he was telling you.
There are six children,' replied the gentleman, 'and your brother has given us twenty pounds.
with his protestation that he never thought his brother would have been half so glad to see him as all this!
Now, at this time nearly a hundred men of the People of the Axe had been killed and of the Slayers some fifty men, for, having been awakened by the crying of Galazi, the soldiers of the axe fought bravely, though none saw where his brother stood, and none knew whither their chief had fled except those ten who went with the brethren.
My brother felt no anxiety about us, as he knew from the description in the papers that the cylinder was a good two miles from my house.
Some time afterwards my second brother wished also to sell his business and travel.
But when the brothers of Fountain Abbey saw who it was that sang, and how he was clad in the robes of a Gray Friar, they stopped suddenly, the fat little Brother drawing his heavy eyebrows together in a mighty frown, and the thin Brother twisting up his face as though he had sour beer in his mouth.