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The opportunity presented itself unexpectedly with the test of H-bomb Bravo in March 1954.

Williams took to her Instagram to share the news with her fans and supporters, and to thank Andy Cohen and the rest of the Bravo team for helping to make her a household name over the last decade.

They posted public apologies on their respective Instagrams on June 7, but by June 9, they were both gone from Bravo.

Darkness is, of course, a part of our current reality, so it behooves Bravo to incorporate that into its shows.

It’s not that people had stopped watching the Bravo reality competition, which has been airing for more than 15 years and spawned many spinoffs.

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Alpha Team was killed, Faal told the FBI, while the Bravo members who were not gunned down fled.

The conspirators were split into two teams, “Alpha” and “Bravo.”

On the night of the sixth season finale of the Bravo reality show, fans and regular viewers were cautious.

Meet the drug felon and Bravo TV star challenging Lindsey Graham for his Senate seat in November.

He has showcased his dramedic acting in short films like Gregory Go Boom and Eat, both directed by Janicza Bravo.

So with a fearful growl, and a bark that might have frightened a lion, Bravo made a leap and a spring after poor little Downy.

He beat the blade aside with his bare left hand and stopped with his point the rush of the other bravo.

Chopin was satisfied, nay, delighted with his success; he had a friendly greeting of "Bravo!"

Yes, they shout: ‘Bravo, very good night,’ and it is a pleasure to hear them.

Every one cried bravo and clapped their hands, and the elder Roland rose to reply.

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On this page you'll find 172 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bravo, such as: acclaim, acclamation, accolade, applause, appreciation, and approbation.

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