Bret

BRET may refer to:

  • Background Radiation Equivalent Time
  • Bioluminescence resonance energy transfer

Other articles related to "bret":

St├ęphane Brosse - Selected Results - Pierra Menta
1997 10th, together with Patrice Bret 1998 7th, together with Patrice Bret 1999 3rd, together with Patrice Bret 2000 3rd, together with Patrice Bret 2001 1st ...
Bret Haaland
... Bret Haaland is an American animation director ... Bret also directed the bonus Looney Tunes short "The Whizzard of Ow" on the Looney Tunes Back In Action DVD ... Back as a student at CalArts Bret worked on Jim Reardon's student animation film Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown ...
Love Is A Weapon Of Choice - Plot
... Jemaine and Bret are out for a jog when they are stopped by a woman (Kristen Wiig) searching for her epileptic terrier, Charlie ... She introduces herself and Jemaine hears "Barbara" while Bret calls her "BrahBrah." Jemaine tells Bret that there is no such name as "Brahbrah" She also gives the boys her ... Both Jemaine and Bret decide to write a song about epileptic dogs ...
List Of Flight Of The Conchords Episodes - Cast - Recurring Characters
... In the episode "The Actor", it was suggested that he is Murray's only friend besides Bret and Jemaine, though Murray has stated otherwise ... Eugene (Eugene Mirman) is Bret and Jemaine's landlord, who often interjects into conversations in which he is not welcome ... He is often seen involved in fixing the plumbing in the building and in Bret and Jemaine's apartment ...
Murray Takes It To The Next Level - Plot
... Darby) invites Jemaine (Jemaine Clement) and Bret (Bret McKenzie) to take it to the "next level" on his friendship graph -- to go beyond their current status as "work mates" and ... movie, making a fort and "having a sleep," Bret and Jemaine rise up the graph to attain the status of friends ... where Jim meets (and endlessly questions) Bret and Jemaine ...

Famous quotes containing the word bret:

    Drop down, O fleecy Fog and hide
    Her skeptic sneer, and all her pride!
    —Francis Bret Harte (1836–1902)

    And he smiled a kind of sickly smile, and curled up on the floor, And the subsequent proceedings interested him no more.
    —Francis Bret Harte (1836–1902)

    And he smiled a kind of sickly smile, and curled up on the floor,
    And the subsequent proceedings interested him no more.
    —Francis Bret Harte (1836–1902)