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BROBrother
BROBrowning (Amtrak station code; Browning, MT)
BROBig Red One (First Infantry Division; US Army)
BROBasic Rights Oregon
BROBreault Research Organization
BROBrabham Racing Organisation (UK)
BROBlackwell Reference Online (academic library)
BROBorder Roads Organisation (India)
BROBromine Monoxide
BROBetter Regulation Office (Australia)
BROBase Repair Organisation (now Naval Dockyard; Visakhapatnam, India)
BROBudget Review Officer (US DoD)
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)
BROBridge Replacement Off System
BROBaton Rouge Observatory
BROBusiness Representative Organisation
BROBudget Responsible Officer
BROBrevet de Randonneur de l'Oisans (French cycling event)
BROBrownsville, TX, USA - South Padre Island International (Airport Code)
References in classic literature ?
I go to seek our brother, and when I have found him I shall return hither.'
"Yes, brother Jerome, I wish that this matter be disposed of with as little scandal as may be, and yet it is needful that the example should be a public one." The Abbot spoke in Latin now, as a language which was more fitted by its age and solemnity to convey the thoughts of two high dignitaries of the order.
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. Not that James has ever told me so, but I am sure he is very uncomfortable."
"Brother," said Jehan timidly, "I am come to see you."
"Leave it to me to find out that," said the curate; "though there is no reason for supposing, senor captain, that you will not be kindly received, because the worth and wisdom that your brother's bearing shows him to possess do not make it likely that he will prove haughty or insensible, or that he will not know how to estimate the accidents of fortune at their proper value."
'How many children are there, and what has my brother Ned given, Trimmers?'
They shake hands and embrace each other over and over again, the trooper still coupling his "How do you do, my dear old fellow!" with his protestation that he never thought his brother would have been half so glad to see him as all this!
"They are not many, brother; the women and the children are gone.
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.
"Now, out upon thee," cried the tall lean Brother in a harsh voice, "now, out upon thee, that thou shouldst so disgrace thy cloth by this talk and bearing."