Father bru followed Gervaise into the room, and the two expostulated with the madman.
And she went off with the lad, while bru seized his crook, seeing which the young fellow raised his gun.
Father bru hardly heard what she said but talked on, half to himself.
In the mean time the Roman army made a truce with the enemy, and bru'tus was proclaimed deliverer of the people.
Brew; a margin, a brink: 'that lake is too shallow to fish from the brews': from the Irish bru, same sound and meaning.
Vale'rius commanded the foot, and bru'tus being appointed to head the cavalry, went out to meet him on the Roman border.
bru´el, the name of the goose in the tale of Reynard the Fox.
bru, an old house-painter who lived in a garret in the same tenement-house as the Coupeaus, where he starved with cold and hunger.
bru´in, the name of the bear, in the beast-epic called Reynard the Fox.
But there was one man who formed the exception, and that was bru, the shepherd.