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Brunn

(brūn),
Fritz, 20th-century Czechoslovak physician. See: Brunn reaction.

Brunn

(brūn),
Albert von, German anatomist, 1849-1895. See: Brunn membrane, Brunn nest.
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Urothelial carcinoma can extend into von Brunn nests, mimicking adenocarcinoma.
Brunn remembers Posenenske returning from a visit to the Hannover trade fair enthralled by the way a gigantic kettle used in industrial production encapsulated this new sense of scale that transcended any relation to, and understanding by, any one person.
Despite his very German name, von Brunn, an American, was not a real Nazi during World War II--and he is not a real Nazi now.
Von Brunn was awaiting trial for the killing of security guard Stephen T.
If Beck, to borrow Rich's mixed metaphor, is cheering on a kettle, it isn't the kettle that produced James von Brunn.
Von Brunn, walked in to the museum holding a rifle at his side and began shooting, police said.
Von Brunn, of Annapolis, Maryland, has a racist, anti-Semitic, website and wrote a book called Kill The Best Gentiles, alleging a Jewish "conspiracy to destroy the white gene pool".
When von Brunn was captured he had a list of US politicians.
The suspect Von Brunn has a racist, anti-Semitic website and wrote a book entitled Kill the Best Gentiles.
Brandtaeg P, Kierulf P, Gaustad P, Skulberg A, Brunn J, Halvorse S, et al.
Lovingly called "Maestro" by friend and admirer Mikhail Baryshnikov, Brunn juggled with an elegant style and wore streamlined, black outfits that accentuated his graceful line.
Gregor Mendel read his cornerstone paper, "Versuche ueber Pflanzen-Hybriden," to the Brunn Natural History Society in 1865 (1, for a translation of the paper, 2), but only in the twentieth century has the scientific community recognised its importance.