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A Pair of Briefs


"A Pair of Briefs" is a 1962 British legal comedy film directed by Ralph Thomas and starring Michael Craig, Mary Peach, Brenda De Banzie and James Robertson Justice. A new female barrister bonds with a male rebel in chambers, and together they try and piece together a case.

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women's pants or men's underpants: a pair of briefs.

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a pair of briefs consisting of small panels connected by strings at the sides. — ORIGIN early 20th cent. (denoting a loincloth worn by indigenous peoples in tropical America): from Port., ult. of Bantu origin. tangelo /'tan(d)3alao/ > n.

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