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Brass

An alloy of copper and zinc. It has low friction and so is used in manufactured products such as gears and valves. It is also used in musical instruments.. It may be traded as a commodity on exchanges such as the London Metal Exchange.
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Chief Inspector Mike Barrett said of the latest shooting: "This was a brazen attack and we are determined to bring the people responsible to justice.
Brazen won the Media Relations category with 'Brazen gets behind the wheel with Careem', with Seven Media being highly commended in the same category for its work with 'Novo Cinemas'.
The public parks are like essential public open spaces in a city like Karachi and in no way their spaces should be used to host such a brazen commercial activity, which has every potential to damage the very basic components and essentials of a park,' he said.
Lalu Prasad's conviction surprises no one in this country because the fodder scam is an open-and-shut case of brazen corruption carried out in defrauding the public exchequer.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Egypt's Interior Ministry said police have arrested 12 suspected militants in a province Southwest of the capital Cairo, a few days after authorities officially announced that at least 16 policemen were killed in a brazen ambush by militants.
BRAZEN thieves have been caught on camera towing away a caravan in broad daylight.
In June 2014, the army launched a comprehensive military operation Zarb-i-Azb against Taliban militants threatening the writ of the state by launching brazen attacks on government and military installations.
In June 2014, the army launched a comprehensive military operation - Zarb-i-Azb - against Taliban militants threatening the writ of the state by launching brazen attacks on government and military installations.
Too many people got away with playing the system and cashing on the brazen schemes to pocket benefits they're not entitled to.
A Taleban suicide car bomber hit a French restaurant popular with foreigners in Kabul on Friday, in a New Years day attack that marks the latest in a series of brazen insurgent assaults.
TRAINER Chris Waller yesterday took time to reflect on a lifeenhancing journey that reached its conclusion with Brazen Beau's seventh-placed finish in the Darley July Cup.
But I prefer the chances of the other joint-market leader, the Aussie-raider BRAZEN BEAU, who was ultraimpressive himself when a brave second to Undrafted in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot.