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BRA

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Brazil. The code is used for transactions to and from Brazilian bank accounts and for international shipping to Brazil. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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However if you do insist on going braless it is worth noting that the sun does not only have an ageing effect on the skin but a stretching one too.
When the 15 braless, Birkenstock- and shorts-clad women hit town, one resident opined, "These must be the executive ones; they're carrying briefcases.
Did you know that women who often go braless have a lower rate of cancer?
The photo shows Guerrero interviewing Texas pitcher Chan Ho Park, dissolving into a photo of Guerrero posing braless with an unbuttoned blouse, getting Guerrero fans busily searching for the photo online.
More than 400 viewers of The Voice complained to the BBC and Ofcom after Rita, who yesterday won the Best Female Award, went braless during the show.
The 18-year-old reality TV star had walked braless in a sheer top for Marc Jacobs' fall 2014 runway, the New York Post reported.
Back then Susan George needed a roll neck sweater to keep warm in Cornwall, even though she was provocatively braless.
We both longed for bigger boobs so we could wear strapless dresses and even go braless.
The same suspension that makes the car a game terrier off-road makes for a braless ride on it.
But this will be a painted dream every bit as much as the '60s nostalgia boomers peddle to each other -- conveniently forgetting the murders of MLK, RFK, riots in Chicago, Detroit and Watts, focusing instead on hot braless chicks and Hendrix licks.
Her tales include: Nancy Patten, their live-in teenaged babysitter, a braless Mary Poppins in platform shoes; an improper sexual suggestion during the prom; ripping off nuns the weekend before college began: a flirtation with lesbianism; buying a house in the San Francisco Bay Area with a crazy neighbor who tended the lawn with scissors one blade of grass at a time: a brother in advertising who wrote the immortal phrase "Drop the chalupa