Which medal consists of a bronze cross on a crimson ribbon with the inscription 'For Valour'?
What does BRX stand for?
BRX stands for Bronze Cross (lifesaving)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Holding the heft of a bronze cross sculpted with pitcher and basin for foot-washing, balancing its weight is a tactile reminder of the important task ahead.
A posthumous medal - the Boy Scouts Bronze Cross - was awarded to Ernest's family by the organisation after his death and it has been a prized family possession ever since.
Two other horses won five times on sand in 1990, Irish Passage and Bronze Cross, both trained by David Barron, and when you consider that during that year, not including mixed turf/sand meetings, there were just 58 all-weather Flat fixtures that is some achievement.
One of the nation's oldest public institutions of higher education is roiled in dispute over a display of a bronze cross in a campus building.
ROME -- Catholic officials were a bit embarrassed in October when an Italian TV station reported that a 2-ton, 20-foot bronze cross used in the church's Jubilee year celebration had been found in a dump.
In central Bosnia, just after the war, a priest showed me a two-sided bronze cross, high on a hill, erected by the Franciscans.
At the end of the course, students are expected to swim 500 metres in 14 minutes for the bronze medallion, or 600 metres for the bronze cross.