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Word: brawn

Definition: human muscle; muscular strength; sturdiness

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Around this time, Comets bass player Marshall Lytle (who had earlier guested on the Stargazers album "The Speaking Clock says Rock!") along with partner and drummer Brawn recorded a solo album for the Vinyl Japan label backed by fellow Stargazers member Wallace entitled "Air Mail Special" (the group took the name "Marshall and the Shooting Stars" for the album).
Brawn can also be heard playing drums on certain songs.
Brawn left the band in 1993 and formed a series of groups including The Big 6 (which again was to feature Anders Janes, and later Purkess, on bass) and his "Astrobilly" band, the Space Cadets.
Brawn went on to produce the reunited Comets' 1997 album "The House is Rockin" for Rockstar Records.
Designed by Ross Brawn, the A11 was the first Arrows car following the ban on turbocharged engines at the end of , being fitted with a normally-aspirated 3.5-litre Ford Cosworth DFR V8 engine.
In 1998-99, the line-up comprised Davenport on guitar, Brawn on drums, Chris Gardner on piano, Brittain on lead vocals, Wallace on sax and Tim "Trundle" Purkess (previously with the Kentish band Red Hot) on bass.
In the case of regular milled rice, the hull and the brawn are removed and polished in a polishing machine, producing a polished kernel.
More berserker brawn than brain, intelligence is not this creature's strong suit, he exercises a slurred screeching in his speech, and is clumsy and flailing in his movement, and has less-than astute powers of observation.
Nikhat Kazmi from "The Times of India" rated the film 4 out of 5, and said it is "Bollywood's first film which is full of brains, brawn and belligerence besides being a bravura attempt to rewrite the tried and tested idiom of desi movielore.
Outside the Rhine-Main area, the north Hesse town of Kassel has its Ahle Wurst, an air-dried or smoked sausage; Speckkuchen, a bacon quiche; Weckewerk, a brawn sausage; and its Duckefett - a sauce of bacon, onions and cream.
Several tracks on this release also features guest appearances from Purkess, as well as Brawn's wife, singer Helen Shadow.
The car was designed by Ross Brawn and was upgraded slightly in 1988 when it was dubbed the A10B.
The resulting brown rice retains the brawn layer around the kernel.
To look at the tawny brawn of his lithe snaky limbs, you would almost have credited the superstitions of some of the earlier Puritans, and half-believed this wild Indian to be a son of the Prince of the Powers of the Air.
Webber qualified on pole for the first time in Formula One at the Nürburgring for the . This was the first time an Australian driver had claimed pole position since Alan Jones in . He went on to achieve his first Formula One victory despite receiving a drive through penalty early in the race for causing an avoidable collision at the start when he hit the Brawn GP of Rubens Barrichello.
Work on the new band by founder members Ricky Lee Brawn and Peter Davenport began in August 1980 and following a series of auditions Anders Janes, John Wallace and Danny Brittain were added to the line-up.

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