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In the phonetic alphabet, Bravo represents the letter B. Fiat made The Fiat Bravo and Fiat Brava, small family cars produced from 1995 to 2001. Bravo could also refer to:
a specialty arts channel in Canada, a Belgian comics magazine, a German television programme, an American cable television network, a Russian pop-rock band, an airline based in Madrid,a design of military submarines built in the then-Soviet Union, a fungicide, or a petty Italian lord during the 16th and 17th centuries.
But the most interesting Bravo I found was Charles Bravo, (1845-1876), a British lawyer fatally poisoned with antimony. According to Wikipedia, "The case is still sensational, notorious and unresolved. It was also known as The Charles Bravo Murder and the Murder at the Priory, as the crime was committed within an elite Victorian household at The Priory, a landmark house in Balham, London. The reportage eclipsed even government and international news at the time, and among those attending the victim was Royal Physician Sir William Gull. The victim took three days to die.
Two inquests were held and the details were considered to be so scandalous that women and children were banned from the room while Florence [Charles' wife] Bravo testified. The first returned an open verdict, which meant that the jury confirmed the death as suspicious but was unable to reach any other verdict. The second inquest returned a verdict of wilful murder, but nobody was ever arrested or charged. The Bravo household broke up after the trial ended and the twice widowed Florence moved away, dying of alcohol poisoning two years later."