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  • Born Pessele Epstein in Bobrujsk, northern Belorussia, Wengeroff grew up in Brest-Litovsk (which Jews called Brisk), in the Minsk district.

    Pauline Wengeroff.

  • U.S. GDP 4Q: Economy Grew At 'Brisk' 5. 9% Pace, But DON'T Expect It To Last economy rocketed ahead at a 5.9 percent pace in the final quarter of 2009, stronger than initially estimated.

    WN.com - Articles related to Economy grows, but snowstorms bite into some areas

  • Brisk sales of Apple's smartphones, tablets and computers have fueled better-than-expected earnings growth and allowed the company to amass nearly $100 billion in cash.

    Apple's Share Price Tops $500

  • Brisk economic growth and record low unemployment have created millions of entrants into Brazil's middle class.

    Brazil Privatizes Airports, Raising $14 Billion

  • Brisk walking and other activities of moderate intensity are fine.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Brisk, focused and boasting several strong performances, this engaging Taffety Punk Theatre Company offering speaks less about its own casting ploy (thank goodness) than it does about urgent contemporary matters: the power of spin, the energy of populism, the clash between emotion and reason in politics.

    Theater review: Taffety Punk's all-female 'Julius Caesar'

  • Brisk demand from emerging markets, like No. 2 oil consumer China, are likely to keep prices from hitting their 2008 lows, when the economic recession sent crude spiraling below $40 a barrel.

    Oil Dips Near $80 a Barrel

  • I was on the Emanuela that day in Mozambique Channel when the Brisk caught us with nine hundred slaves between-decks.

    CHAPTER II

  • Our Brisk brand has partnered with Instagram, the photo-sharing application, to customize special editions of Brisk cans featuring user-designed photos for SXSW.

    Bonin Bough: What We're Watching: Upcoming Trends at SXSW 2011

  • Brisk breezes, the New York City Marathon, Central Park ablaze with color ... and neurotic parents interfering in their children's lives.

    Steve Nelson: Leave Your Children Alone!

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