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Definition funny of Bratus:

urbanWhen a Bro/LaxBro posts a status on Facebook. Usually involving a youtube video, funny movie, or inside joke.

urbanWhat the fuck does that mean? - I don't know man, it's a bratus.

songs

Songs about Bratus:

songsBorodin: Prince Igor - Mariinsky Theatre Edition - Prologue - "Tebe, kak bratu, ee ja porucaju" by Valery Gergiev from the Album Borodin: Prince Igor (3 CDs)

songsBrat je bratu brat by Robert Jukic from the Album Dobrote iz skrinje zarote

songsbratu by Diana Arbenina from the Album malchik na share

songsBratu brat by Dr. Hackenbush from the Album Córka Generala

songsHej bratu nas by Muzyka Karpieli z Koscieliska from the Album Polaniorskie Nuty (Highlanders Music from Poland)

songsMoemu Bratu. by Rishat from the Album All About Us

songsNazvannomy Bratu by Miriam from the Album Blizhny Moy

books

Books about Bratus:

booksDekabrist A.N.Murav'ev o Krymskoy voyne i krest'yanskoy reforme: pis'ma k bratu N.N. Murav'yevu (Karskomu) (Russian... by Svetlana Glinnikova (Jan 10, 2013)

booksPisma bratu by Van Gogh (2008)

booksSto se ne javis bratu by Vladan Kosoric (2010)

booksPisma bratu by Vinsent Van Gog (1985)

booksThe Journalists Privilege not to Disclose Their Sources in Court: A comparative Study [Paperback] [2012] (Author... (2012)

booksStudii Literare, Editie Ingrijita si Prefata de Savin Bratu by G. Ibraileanu (1957)

booksK Starshemu Bratu by Skalon A. (1989)

wiki

Wiki information Bratus:

Tamara Moskvina
Professional Figure Skater, Measured person, Athlete, Person, Olympic athlete

Tamara Nikolayevna Moskvina, née Bratus, is a Russian pair skating coach and former competitive skater. Competing in pairs with Alexei Mishin, she became the 1969 World silver medalist and Soviet national champion. As a singles skater, she was a...

Bratushkovo
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

Bratushkovo is a village in Slivnitsa Municipality, Sofia Province, located in western Bulgaria approximately 8 km south-west of the town of Slivnitsa. The village was first mentioned in Ottoman tax registers of 1576 as Bratkovitsa. The name is...