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Brüc·ke

(bri'ke),
Ernst W. von, physiologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1819-1892. See: Brücke muscle, Brücke tunic, Brücke-Bartley phenomenon.
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They'd made a date to go see the Brucke Museum later that afternoon.
Er versucht durch sein Erzahlen fur uns alle eine Brucke des Verstandnisses aufzubauen.
The works on display change regularly, and the museum also hosts exhibitions of other artists related to the Brucke movement, co-founded by Kirchner.
For its translation, together with his translators Miryana and Klaus Wittman, Albahari received the Brucke Berlin Literature and Translation Prize.
Wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WXRD) was used to study the crystallinity of the PLA, using a Brucke D8 diffractometer, with CuK[alpha] radiation monochromatized with a graphite-diffracted beam monochromator.
Sie "verbrachte nicht nur ihr Leben in verschiedenen Landern Europas, sondern schlug mit ihrer ganzen Existenz als Denkerin, Mystikerin und Martyrerin gleichsam eine Brucke zwischen ihren judischen Wurzeln und der Zugehorigkeit zu Christus.
Emily Turner-Graham, 'Never Forget that You are a German': Die Brucke, 'Deutschtum' and National Socialism in Interwar Australia, Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 2011.
Two of them (Ernst Brucke and Emil du Bois-Reymond) made a formal pact to spread the truth "that no other forces are at work in the organism except chemical-physical ones.
Ursprung der kehischen Archaologie: die Brucke von La Tene--ein Schauplatz grausamer Menschenopfer?
For example, a comparison of German and Spanish speakers revealed that the different genders associated with the word for 'bridge' (die Brucke is feminine whereas el puente is masculine) affected the ability of speakers to commit information to memory: Spanish speakers found it easier to remember a masculine name such as Claudio when associated with 'bridge' than to remember a feminine name such as Claudia.
Drawing on experiments carried out by Ernst Brucke, Ishiro Miyake, and others, Scripture was able to assert, for instance, that "the simplest English poetical line seems to consist of a quantity of speech-sound distributed so as to produce an effect equivalent to that of a certain number of points of emphasis at definite intervals" (p.
It was sparked by the formation of 2 artist groups: one, called Die Brucke (The Bridge), beginning in 1905 in Dresden and the other, known as Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), in Munich.