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brand of humour/politics/religion etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrand of humour/politics/religion etcbrand of humour/politics/religion etcFUNNYa particular type of humour, politics, religion etc a strange macabre brand of humour brand
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brand of humour/politics/religion etcPresenter, Jim Bowen, puts the contestants at ease with his own brand of humour.Bush was elected on the coat-tails of Ronald Reagan, who in turn worshipped Margaret Thatcher's brand of politics and economics.I was by no means immune from this brand of humour.
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