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Bruch

(bruk),
Carl W.L., German anatomist, 1819-1884. See: Bruch glands, Bruch membrane.
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Bruch layers hue on top of hue, sometimes applying a thin topcoat of acrylic, watercolor, or gouache and letting the underlying shade show through.
Interestingly, Bruch and Vogel say a company might be trapped in corrosion without even realising it.
Only a 6-2, 6-4 loss by USC's Robert Farah and Kaes Van't Hof to Stanford's Matt Bruch and Blake Muller in the men's doubles final prevented the locals from a perfect showing Sunday.
Andreas vom Bruch at Siemens said: "The whole process is done in three clicks.
In the eyes of authors Bruch and Ghoshal, both European professors of management, it's a rare manager who can really focus his or her full attention on the task at hand.
Whether legal remedies can be found on the cessation of hostilities is the subject of a concluding essay by Jay Austin and Carl Bruch.
We are teaching a student the Bruch G Minor Violin Concerto, but when the soloist comes to town to play that piece, we don't go he extra mile to ensure our student gets to the concert.
At a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by dealers and attending the American Rental Association convention in February, owner Bobby Webb, director of operations Donald Charbonnet; Mike Bruch, marketing manager of the Cat rental services program and other Caterpillar officials celebrated the continuing growth of the Caterpillar equipment rental network.
lRichard Marshall enjoys the biggest success of his career when 20-1 shot Philominsky, trained by his father Bill, beats Crash Course (Jeremy Hindley/ Bruch Raymond) in the Northumberland Plate at Newcastle.
In 1937, McCune and Bruch first suggested that of all the abnormalities of bone formation, this disorder should have its own place as a distinct clinical entity.
The addition of Bruch raises the number of board members to ten.
AMD is a progressive disorder of the outer retina characterised by the accumulation of extracellular deposits and chronic inflammation at the level of Bruch s basement membrane.