Writer-director Brest worked at Bronx State Hospital during college where he observed the behaviors of various patients.
Riahi lived in France for four years, beginning at the age of two, while her father was trained in Brest as a hydrologist.
Two of the three great fortresses forming the Polish triangle had now gone; Brest alone remained, and its doom was already sealed.
It was to command an English prize, lately captured and brought into Brest.
The two rocks separated by an arm of the sea, are about six miles distant from Brest.
We shall probably be sent to watch Brest, or l'Orient, or some other port.
He came over as an migr from Brest some three months ago, hidden in a smuggler's ship.
Or it may be that they want to get news of what ships there are in Brest.
The Admiralty, in its primary anxiety about Brest, imposed upon him a delay under which he chafed angrily.
The two portions from Brest and Cherbourg had now united their forces.
city in France, from Celtic, from bre "hill." The city in Belarus is from Slavic berest "elm." Part of Lithuania from 1319, it thus was known, for purposes of distinguishing them, as Brest Litovsk until 1921.