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Can you name the people/phrases/things that have the initials 'B. R.'?

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The name of two major land battles in the Civil War, also known as the first and second battles of Manassas
Unjustified criticism or a false criminal charge
64th largest metropolitan area in the United States, also the capital city of Louisiana
Term for an offensive player on first, second, or third
Major league baseball player famous for hitting home runs, 'The Sultan of Swat'
Heavyweight MMA prospect currently fighting for Strikeforce, aka 'The Grimm'
Jamaican-American rapper whose first #1 album was 'The Big Bang,' responsible for songs such as 'What It Is' and 'Pass the Courvoisier Part 2'
Starred in 'Deliverance' and 'The Longest Yard,' some may know him as 'Turd Ferguson'
All-Star 2B for the Baltimore Orioles
Term for running the car engine so fast that black streaks are left on the ground
Another term for a semi-trailer truck
Famous for its '31 flavors'
Israeli model who was featured on the cover of the 2009 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue
Credited with making the first American flag
Fred Flintstone's Pal
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Distance from the source of an explosion that will be affected by said explosion
Optical disc medium that succeeded the DVD, can store up to 25 (single layered) or 50 (double layered) GB, popularly used for high definition video and Playstation 3 games
All-Star SG for the Portland Trail Blazers
Production company owned by J.J. Abrams, responsible for tv shows such as 'Alias' and 'Fringe' as well as films like 'Star Trek' and 'Cloverfield'
Type of gun which includes the FN FAL, AR-10 and M14, also a popular weapon in the video game series 'Halo'
Super Bowl winning QB for the Pittsburgh Steelers
Somewhat mythical character feared by the children in 'To Kill a Mockingbird'
An ursine floormat
AFC North NFL team currently coached by John Harbaugh
Star center for the Boston Celtics in the 1950s and 60s, 12 time All-Star, 5 time MVP
Term for unstable country ruled by a small, wealthy, corrupt group or a chain of clothing stores owned by Gap
Symbol often used to represent high quality, often seen at fairs
Popular soft drink created in Waco, Texas with a unique taste some liken to bubble gum
Trickster character in Uncle Remus stories, also featured in Disney's 'Song of the South' in 1946
Japanese novel written by Koushun Takami about high schoolers forced to fight to the death; later adapted into a film and manga

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