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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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My importing license was in the works, and I'd had some preliminary discussions with Bmu and Brunnen about representing Jever Pils in the U.
The UK group teamed with Germany's Brau und Brunnen to distribute its soft drinks in Germany and Austria in 1991.
Red Bull GmbH, Am Brunnen 1,5330 Fuschl-am-See, Austria.
The Cellular Memorizer products have been evaluated through a variety of clinical trials and by the renowned Aeskulap Clinic in Brunnen, the Swiss Center for Holistic medicine.
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The brand is owned by one of Europe's largest drinks groups, Brau and Brunnen.
Zum Brunnen, aged five, alleges the wheelchair-accessible bathroom for Mission Ranch's restaurant was more than 200 feet away, across a driveway, the lone guest room for the disabled was pounds 160 when other rooms were as low as pounds 60 and there was no ramp to the main office.
In another failed German brewery deal, Brau und Brunnen announced last week that talks with U.
Mielsch, Denkmaler, Freiplastiken, Brunnen in Bremen (Bremen, 1972), p.
Oetker, the food and beverage group that took over Brau und Brunnen last year.
a 380,000-volt transmission line transporting power above the Lukmanier Pass in central Switzerland to Italy was disrupted because of branches hitting the wires near the town of Brunnen.
Libeskind is presently designing and constructing The Spiral Extension to the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the Jewish Museum in San Francisco, "Westside," an urban scale entertainment and shopping center in Brunnen, Switzerland; Maurice WohI Convention Center at Bar Ilan University, Tel Aviv; Atelier Weil in Mallorca; the Extension to the Denver Art Museum; a post-graduate center at the University of North London; and most recently the extension to the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.