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  • v  tell or spread rumors

  • A story which made considerable bruit in Paris: The ferocity of the Riff attacks was accounted for by the part played by tribeswomen who, hands smeared with henna, race after .
  • In the stillness of the desert, should one voice speak, will not a chorus of whispers respond? And in the bruit of a large city, if one voice cries out above the turmoil .
  • Adding to the bruit of Clemens' "discov ery" was the inclusion in the Carnegie International last fortnight of his largest group painting, Water Music, which is an inept .

  • Walter Reed in Bloomberg
    Our study has shown that the presence of a carotid bruit significantly increased the likelihood of cardiovascular death or heart attack,Christopher Pickett from the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, wrote in the journal report.

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