латунь ; желтая медь; медь ; духовые медные инструменты; медная мемориальная доска; деньги [жарг.] ; медяки ; бесстыдство; начальство; высший военный чин; старший офицер; вкладыш
- COUNTY councillors yesterday agreed to stop subsidising some Essex youth groups, including the Brightlingsea Brass Marching Band.
- The biggest of these eccentricities are the baths, splendid six-foot Edwardian ones with their original brass taps and plug holes.
- Anyone who can help the Brightlingsea Marching Brass Band with premises or cash is asked to contact Mr Brookes on Chelmsford (0245) 287224.
- The bath was in the centre of the room, with an old-fashioned brass spigot.
- She reached for an old brass key.
- The giant was wearing an engraved power sword and a similarly enchased bolt gun in a holster of brass lined with slithery lizard hide.
- She had seen in her young days the island women carry brass bottomless bowls on their heads to support the old churns in which they delivered milk.
- Four large screws make sure the tailpiece is securely located, and it'll need to be, since all twelve strings anchor in its raised tail, so what looks like a decoratively machined brass rod at the back is in fact a dozen ball-ends grouped together!
- In the evenings, for relaxation and forgetfulness, Paul turned to his piano, and improved his playing, staring always at the green silk panels and brass candelabra on the upright front.
- Cook's pioneering excursionists to Scotland were greeted with crowd-lined streets, brass bands and cannon fire because the tourist was still unusual enough to be an entertaining curiosity.
- It is made of oak and willow, with brass strings.
- Danny Wilson use Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasia.
- All the other brass fittings, supplied by Chas.