branch[ branch, brahnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF branch
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Caricature, by the way, is a branch of Georgian Art which M. Rouquet neglects.
Just as he dropped a branch down at her feet, she caught the sound of wheels.
Lieutenant Ford was wounded and a branch of an artery was cut.
At this moment, the note of a bird sounded from the branch of a neighboring tree.
Accordingly, Jason took the branch at its word, and lopped it off the tree.
Soon I thought I heard a snapping of a branch away off up the mountain.
We have in Berkshire a branch of this road called the Ridgeway.
Was it his imagination, or did a branch snap, a twig rustle down the road?
It is quite as honourable, or dishonourable, which ever it may be, as any other branch of business.
I been thinking I might likely kind of branch out on my own account.