/ˈbrænˈnu, -ˈnyu, ˈbrænd-/
, likened to newly forged iron]
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Players can also design brand new proteins that could help prevent or treat important diseases.
The brand new cancer blood test might make early diagnosis of cancer easier.
Prestige is gained by having highly published tenured faculty and brand new costly facilities.
Take a look at the complete line-up of bloggers at our brand new blog network.
Brand new exhibits include a children's discovery area.
The host had a brand new fondue pot and wanted to put it to use.
Small though it is, this signal may be evidence for a brand new type of particle.
And, though the political system may be brand new, the politicians are the same old faces.
It must have been brand new when the guidebook was published.
They buy brand new cars every year and throw away billions in depreciation.
The fate of both worlds rest on a few determined rebels, some double agents, and a brand new bug.
Sometimes these courses are brand new, sometimes, re-runs.
There is a brand new football stadium being built and an increase in the pay of our athletic coaches and staff.
Many are returning to prepare for a brand new post-retirement career.
In fact, he says we're on the verge of discovering a brand new form of matter governed by an entirely new branch of physics.
When you first buy your car with a brand new battery, you get great performance.
Amazing video of brand new suburban homes being razed by bulldozer.
One is a bald, blue-eyed former hospital executive brand new to public office.
When the farmworkers pole out in flat boats to collect seaweed, everyone gets a brand new net.
Stem cells placed in a scaffolding generate a brand new rat heart outside the body.
Brand new heart, lungs, and guts fresh from the factory.
Nope, the researchers aren't claiming that this is brand new.
Changing how a gene is regulated is much easier than coming up with a brand new gene.
Later the elves invaded with their brand new agriculture and drove the goblins into extinction.
As such, your blog qualifies you everyday as a genius, since you often say something brand new.
We know the code that runs these is brand new, written by startup companies, and is going to have bugs.
Otherwise, they have a brand new capsule for the astronauts already up there.
Excellent points altogether, you simply gained a brand new reader.
Also, autism is certainly not a brand new, ooh shiny condition.
Instead, the convention proposed a brand new national government.
But some of the other people who are writers and are still at it, that's a sort of brand new phenomenon.
Designed for those brand new to shooting and firearms ownership.
Brand new avenues develop this year in your vocation.