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"I have shot extensively now on BRAW and I am equally impressed with what this can do.
Braw's article for Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty, which noted that Latvia's musical supremacy has been in large part due to a Soviet legacy, quoted Ivars Cinkuss, director of the Rigas Tehniskas Universitates Viru Koris Gaudeamus choir that "There was only one good thing the Soviets gave Latvia, and it was specialist music schools.
Mania fulfilled the role of principal rider - or 'Braw lad' - in the 2012 staging of the historic event, which features a ride involving approximately 300 horses and jockeys around the town's boundaries.
braw som a yo Ch Tonight's opponent Scott is an unbeaten American.
Mae ffilm arswyd o ddyddiau cynnar y sinema yn llawer mwy iasoer ac yn dal i godi braw hyd heddiw.
I happen to be a mum of little men but believe it or not, I was once a little lady and to the best of my knowledge I was never called anything other than 'gorgeous' or 'braw', depending on which wing of my family was commenting.
A similar picture is emergig i the costructors cotest, where Braw GP are at a best price of 4/ 11 at Bet365 with Red Bull ow providig serious competitio at 12/ 5 with Sta James.
BRAW N GP team principal Ross Brawn was full of praise for his team as they made it two wins out of two in their inaugural Formula One season with victory at the rain-shortened Malaysian Grand Prix yesterday.
It's a braw day the day - Fancy some whiskey and ice from room service?
Likewise the startling disjunctions in Jan Weenix's Landscape with Shepherd Boy, 1664, the compositional imbalance of Sebastien Bourdon's A Braw l in a Guardroom, ca.