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broach

b rohch

  • n  a decorative pin worn by women
  • v  bring up a topic for discussion

  • It was delicate to broach the subject of the payment of loan but he Nilofer had no option but to do so.
  • Other changes have made journalists more willing to broach such previously unmentionable subjects.
  • Checkups are typically too brief to allow a doctor to broach the topic tactfully and work out a detailed, practical weight-loss plan.
News & Articles

  • YPSILANTI: American Broach gets tax break, to add 30 jobs
    YPSILANTI — To help local manufacturing company American Broach continue to expand and create jobs in the area, the Ypsilanti City Council unanimously approved a tax abatement for the company in the amount of $93,000 over the next few years.
    June 27, 2013 - Ypsilanti Courier
  • Scott Mooneyham: More places guns carried, more guns will be used
    RALEIGH — Proponents of further loosening gun laws in North Carolina almost always broach the subject with claims that the law needs to concentrate on the criminals, not the law-abiding citizen who dutifully follows gun registration rules.
    June 26, 2013 - The Daily Advance
  • Broach Sports Tours Offering 2014 Ryder Cup Discounts Until July 21
    Golf fans can get a $300 discount per person on all four of Broach's Ryder Cup travel packages, but intial Ryder Cup ticket deadline looms. (PRWeb June 21, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10854481.htm
    June 21, 2013 - PRWeb
Quotes

  • Brad Pitt in soFeminine.co.uk
    Brad told Newsweek magazine: "I knew the part had to be played by someone with Mariane's strength and understanding of the world, but I didn't know how to broach the subject. It feels a little like Wolfowitz trying to get his girlfriend a job."
  • Sir Alex Ferguson in Guardian Unlimited
    I have read about his discipline in terms of the regime of diet and the intake of alcohol and that type of thing,Ferguson said. "These are things I had to broach myself when I came down here and he's right. He's 100 percent correct. His...
  • Rachid Bouchareb in AFP
    Cinema must be able to broach all subjects,French-Algerian director Rachid Bouchareb said in a statement about his film "Outside The Law", which is in the competition for the festival's top prize, the Palme d'Or.

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