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Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
George B., German physician, 1884-1977. See: Meckel-Gruber syndrome, Martin-Gruber anastomosis.

Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
Josef, otologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1827-1900. See: Gruber method.

Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
Max von, German hygienist, 1853-1927. See: Gruber reaction, Gruber-Widal reaction.

Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
Wenzel (Wenaslaus) L., Russian anatomist, 1814-1890. See: Gruber cul-de-sac, Gruber-Landzert fossa.
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By now, most Americans know all about MIT economist Jonathan Gruber, whose outspoken candor and comments about the "stupidity of the American voter'' made national headlines and have drawn still more scrutiny and criticism of the Affordable Care Act -- Obamacare.
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VALENCIA - An exhibit of works by World War II-era author, journalist and photographer Ruth Gruber opened this week and will run through April 1 in the art gallery at College of the Canyons.
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Gruber, a scientist at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communications Disorders in Bethesda, Md.
Arnold Gruber, a partner at Marks, Shron & Company, one of Long Island's largest accounting firms, and an executive board member of the Association for a Better Long Island, (ABLI) told a Congressional hearing on tax and entitlement policies today that federal tax law revisions in 1986 devastated the value of commercial real estate property, distorted the economy and contributed to one of the worst recessions in a generation.