Brunschwig


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Brun·schwig

(brūn'shwig),
Alexander, U.S. surgeon, 1901-1969. See: Brunschwig operation.
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Brunschwig, also Jewish, survived the war by hiding out from the Nazis.
The third floor is home to a bedroom; a bed covered in her Edith's Reverie fabric for Brunschwig & Fils; a library with vintage books, limited-edition artwork; and objets d'art that Moss found in her worldwide travels.
For more than a century, the Brunschwig name has been synonymous with quality and fine French-influenced design.
com; fabric (gold leaf chairs): Zoffany, see above; crystal lamp: "Oasis" by Brunschwig and Fils, see above; bench: Amy Howard, Memphis, Tennessee, 901.
See also Brunschwig, "Metaphysics A 9: A Short-Lived Thought-Experiment," 310-12.
Crew, China Construction Bank, HOK, Royal Bank of Scotland, Cablevision, The Coca-Cola Company, Seacor Management Services, Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann, Hahn Kook Center, GAP, China Merchants Bank, Brunschwig & Fils.
For traditional patterns, look to Greeff or Brunschwig & Fils.
With the opening party over, the fancy lights packed away and the new Louis Vuitton store on St Philip's Square at last open to the public, it has been a busy week for Serge Brunschwig.
The ads were designed by Chillingworth/Radding in New York, which also handles advertising for All-Clad and Brunschwig & Fils.
10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For the past 110 years, Brunschwig & Fils has been the preeminent to-the-trade destination for luxury home furnishings including fabrics, wall coverings, trims, lighting, furniture and accessories.
In this paper the author presents a new reconstruction of Diogenes' argument that differs in certain important respects from the reconstruction presented by Jacques Brunschwig.
Goblet-pleated yellow and blue striped silk curtains by Brunschwig and Fils accented with Scalarnandre blue silk rope cording, Designed by Mary Ann Petro; residence of Jamie and E.