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Bruch

(bruk),
Carl W.L., German anatomist, 1819-1884. See: Bruch glands, Bruch membrane.
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Undercover reporter Mark Daly exposed racism among a number of trainee officers in his documentary The Secret Policeman, which he secretly recorded while posing as a trainee officer at Bruche.
The other - one of the four trainers at Bruche - is from Lancashire Constabulary.
See also the entry on Bruche in the Australian Dictionary of Biography, vol.
Bruche und Kontinuitaten in der Lebensgeschichte des KZ-Kommandanten Johannes Hassebroek," Sozialwissenschaftliche Informationen, 24 (1995), 145-50; and Isabell Sprenger, Gross-Rosen.
Ender HG, Schneider H: Subtrochantar Bruche des Oberschenkels.
The colophon, as read by Ross, enjoins the reader: dhe min bruche gibidde fore owun dhaem dhe dhas boc gloesde.
Disability compensation legislation was revised to require adjudicators `to concern themselves mainly with the applicant's ability and possibility of obtaining a continued income through such work as has previously been done or through other suitable and available work' (see OECD, forthcoming; Casey and Bruche, 1983).
Schmid, Gunther, Bernd Reissert, and Gert Bruche, Unemployment Insurance and Active Labor Market Policy: An Interna - tional Comparison of Financing Sys - terns.
Major organization : COMMUNAUT DE COMMUNES DE LA VALLE DE LA BRUCHE
Bruche in der Psychiatrie, held in the former secure block, now Haus 5/Psychiatriegeschichtliches Dokumentationszentrum (PDZ) Duren and Moderne.