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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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After the war, brassiere makers competed for attention with amusing, sometimes bizarre features.
It provided a form of financial compensation so female soldiers could buy their own brassieres.
In July 1930 the Corset and Brassiere Manufacturers Association laid plans for the first National Junior Corset Week to take place the following September.
She is granted the first US patent for the brassiere the following year.
The following year she was granted the first US patent for the brassiere.
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Donors paid $100 to $150 to decorate a brassiere of their choice in themes ranging from the outrageous to the sublime, creating tributes to family members or making their undergarments suitable for gallery display.
The good news for many women is that Gossard, makers of the revolutionary Wonderbra, have now launched the Super Smooth - a seamless comfortable brassiere to give women a more natural yet still curvy look.
Mary Phelps Jacob patented the first modern brassiere in 1913 - without all that whalebone.
English speakers merrily accept words like decoltage, culottes and brassiere, but L'Academie Francaise has waged a 12-year war on English.
CARNIVAL: brassiere que no se usa por estas fechas en Brasil ni en Veracruz.
Each glass case bore a single cherished object arranged on a bed of red satin: the gleaming scissors from Dial M for Murder, the bread knife from Blackmail, the key from Notorious, the cigarette lighter from Strangers on a Train, the black brassiere from Psycho.