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Braun

(brown),
Christopher Heinrich, German surgeon, 1847-1911. See: Braun anastomosis.
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Braun started selling syringes that AM2PAT made at its new facility with the new sterilization company, B.
Once a participant has visited all Braun models and worked to answer the questions, they will return to the Braun booth to drop off their completed entry card.
Over the years Braun has grown to become a trusted German brand name in the segments of male and female grooming, providing the region with innovative, and premium hair styling and grooming products including the Braun Series 7 shavers, Braun Silk.
In 1962, Braun took another step ahead in shaving with the unveiling of the sixtant, with a platinum-coated shaving foil.
Braun envisions a variety of complex coatings still to come: clear coverings that would enable a ear windshield or a laptop screen to self-repair scratches; self-healing coatings for hip replacements and other implants; and even systems that could repeatedly heal damage to the same spot, perhaps by incorporating a network of plumbing that could replenish healing components.
The account of how others at NASA headquarters unsympathetically maneuvered a humiliated von Braun into a position of relative powerlessness and the description of how cancer ultimately destroyed the great man pluck readers' heartstrings and place Ward, wittingly or otherwise, squarely in the admirers' camp.
I support reparations," says Moseley Braun, "not 40 acres and a Lexus, but a program that brings Americans together to resolve the nation's contradictions between the society's commitment to equality and opportunity and how minorities are actually treated.
He also led the growth of the Braun Oral-B plaque-removal line of products, and the successful launch of the top-of-the-line Flex Integral brand of electric shavers.
The Braun sixtant was a demonstration of this groundbreaking new aesthetic and this design simplicity continued as a hallmark of the brand throughout the decades, not least shown by the Braun micron plus/2000 in 1979.
When considering to take on the Braun ambulance line, owner of Emergency Equipment Professionals, Jeff Kuntz, had the following to say: "Braun seemed to be very customer focused and committed to building the best product.
While Braun largely remained the model of corporate restraint, qualifying his responses, ABC Entertainment President Susan Lyne - who assumed the position in January - proved more willing to venture out on limbs.
Cleverly said no decision is imminent, because Braun intends to take a wait-and-see approach to how the firm will integrate the Thermoscan acquisition in its mix.