|Author:||Miranda (Authenticated as Randee15)|
|Date:||May 11, 2005 at 10:59:45 PM|
|Reply to:||French names:- Brousse, Brouas and Brix (Brus) by Mark C.|
One meaning: http://snipurl.com/etsx.
It's also the term for the level of solids in a given liquid. It's especially used for measuring the level of sugar, as in, for example, maple syrup. See here: http://snipurl.com/etsz.
"...his fingers trailing over your belly, your thighs quacking..." — From a The Lord of the Rings crapfic
Proud adopter of 15 punctuation marks.
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