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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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15) There may be an implicit, critical reference to Walser's controversial novel in the metaphor used by Grass's narrator to describe youthful fallibility and subsequent self-deception: 'Weil wer warn in den Brunnen gefallen ist: meine erst danach uberdeckelten Locher' (p.
But they voted against awarding any damages to Mrs Zum Brunnen.
Und auch den kleinen Gott findet er wohl, der den Madchen der liebste ist: neben dem Brunnen liegt er, still, mit geschlossenen Augen.
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Summing up, Peter Traumann, managing director of Gerolsteiner Brunnen, observed, "The 1-liter returnable PET bottle is the bottle of the future.
Newly appointed Chairman Mr Brunnen said: There are significant long-term opportunities in the markets which the Seanamic Group serves, despite the surrounding uncertain operating environments.
The conference, held in Brunnen, highlighted the excellent social achievements of clubs, charities and role models, as well as showcasing individual devotion to enhancing social commitment and inclusion.
We are very honoured to be involved in this major deepwater project," says Alan Brunnen, head of Aker Solutions' subsea business.
He was born and grew up in Brunnen, Canton Schwyz, which couldn't be more Swiss, yet he identifies strongly with his parents' Italian origins.
Moreover, her interpretations of such novels as Martin Walser's Ein springender Brunnen, Uwe Timm's Am Beispiel meines Bruders, Katharina Hacker's Eine Art Liebe, or Jens Sparschuh's Der Schneemensch, are disappointingly meager and at times almost perfunctory--Hermann attributes an average of five pages to each title--and lack a genuine attempt to offer new approaches and materials to interested scholars.
As for exploring these opportunities, Ben Brunnen, director of policy and research and chief economist of the Chamber, echoed the "sage advice" offered earlier in the day by lawyer, Brian McGuigan, "to build relations, build trust, expect to commit and develop good will, negotiate in good faith, take time to understand and respect business partners' value and increase success.
I am pleased to say that the reviewer's task in the case of this particular volume--the end-product of a conference held in London in May 2002 to mark Martin Walser's seventy-fifth birthday--is made somewhat easier by the fact that many of the contributions focus or at least touch on Walser's 1998 'Friedenspreisrede' and/or his novel Ein springender Brunnen (1998).