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use "brass" in a sentence

One of the few sentimental objects Katana owns is a brass trumpet, which was made for him by Radigue, with the memory that Katana had, as a boy, seen a man with a trumpet and said that he wanted one too.

In the late nineteenth century up to 5000 servants, handworkers, soldiers and
mystique shattered in two controversial losses to the brash upstart Cassius Clay, who changed his name to Muhammad Ali after becoming champion.

Washington University Technical Report TR WUCS-98-25, 1998. A few more articles, such as the one by brash et al.

She is more brash than her mentor, but not as much as Revy.

He has a brash nature, but respects those who show courage and bravery.

brash said that the government was showing strong favouritism to Maori, both in the foreshore and seabed debate and in many other areas of government policy.

brash's first entry into politics came in 1980 when the National Party selected him to stand as its candidate in the by-election in the East Coast Bays electorate.

As an adopted son of Charles Cassel, the chief editor of a renowned Parisian newspaper, he spent most of his childhood as a brash and tough newsboy, who was famous for beating up the other kids working for the competing newspapers.

Loud and brash, he surprisingly has a soft side.

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