Brama

NOUN
  1. type genus of the Bramidae
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  • Braman did not find it necessary to ligate, but was able to check the hemorrhage with lint and persulphate of iron, in powder, with pressure. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • They will be captained by their talented flanker, Bramall.
  • Another popular writer of detective stories was Ernest Bramah, creator of the blind detective Max Carrados, sufferer of amaurosis.
  • Subramanyan's composition reminds us that the human species is the only one that commits execrable crimes against its own, in the name of causes and ideals.
  • Although the government says it won't bail out the company, it has done precious little to repair the situation apart from sacking Subramanyam.
  • Knowing that the body count was going to be considerably lower this time round I grabbed a ticket and prepared to watch Zebraman lay waste to criminal scum.
  • Renukanth Subramaniam, 33, was revealed today as the founder and a major "orchestrator" of the secret ¬≠DarkMarket website, where elite fraudsters bought and sold personal data, after it was infiltrated by the FBI and the US Secret Service. Personal finance and money news, analysis and comment | guardian.co.uk
  • In the first years of the 16th century, the screw-press was invented, probably by Bramante for the striking of papal bulls.
  • Cabramatta was a community of ordinary people like that old man, who recognised the problems of drugs and organised crime in their community and spoke up and agitated for change.
  • Those children identified with medical problems would be offered further treatment or surgery at concessional rates, said organising secretary of the exhibition, S. Balasubramaniam.
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