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BRXBronx
BRXBrowsing Index
BRXBusiness Referral Exchange
BRXBrightRoll Exchange (San Francisco, CA)
BRXBrevis radix (gene of Arabidopsis thaliana)
BRXBig Red X (game)
BRXBronze Cross (lifesaving)
BRXBureau for External Relations (UNESCO)
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Salamat was a recipient of various awards and distinctions for both combat and non-combat achievements including Distinguished Service Stars, Gold Cross Medals, Bronze Cross Medals, Military Merit Medals and the UN Special Service Medal.
For combat leadership and gallantry in action, Eclarin received six Gold Cross Medals, an Outstanding Achievement Medal, a Bronze Cross Medal and a host of military medals.
In his senior year at the academy he was awarded the Bronze Cross Medal for his role in saving the lives of 87 persons in the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Baguio City in July 1990.
In the aftermath of the event, Ernest was posthumously awarded the Boy Scouts' bronze cross for heroism - and the firemen were also honoured.
Ernest, a keen boy scout, was posthumously awarded the Boy Scouts' bronze cross for heroism, while the firemen were also honoured.
Timothy Grupp, a senior at WPI, has received the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement, which recognizes him as the top Air Force ROTC cadet in the Northeast among those nominated for the award.
A customer shopping for a graduation gift said, "I want to remind her where she came from." Holding the heft of a bronze cross sculpted with pitcher and basin for foot-washing, balancing its weight is a tactile reminder of the important task ahead.
MISSING Relic of the True Cross PLEA Holycross parish priest Fr Tom Breen at the scene of the robbery yesterday and above, Holycross Abbey in Tipperary SNATCHED Gold and bronze cross was also taken SACRIFICE The Crucifixion SCENE OF DEVOTION Relic of the True Cross in Holycross Abbey before theft
Armed with an angle grinder, hammer and screwdriver, the pair stole a gold and bronze cross about 12 inches high with a glass-fronted centrepiece used to hold the relic.
But on the evening of Tuesday, June 21, the solid bronze cross was stolen.
Two other horses won five times on sand in 1990, Irish Passage and Bronze Cross, both trained by David Barron, and when you consider that during that year, not including mixed turf/sand meetings, there were just 58 all-weather Flat fixtures that is some achievement.