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Reuss

(rois),
August von, ophthalmologist in Hapsburg empire, 1841-1924. See: Reuss formula, Reuss test.
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Reus has already scored five goals in six games this season for Dortmund who are in the Europa League after failing to qualify for the Champions League after a poor campaign last term.
Reus has been published widely in Europe, the Middle East and the United States, is a frequent lecturer and speaker on various topics of international law, practice and procedure, and has served as arbitrator in the United States and Dubai.
About Diaz Reus: Diaz, Reus & Targ, LLP is a full-service international law firm offering comprehensive legal services, including international banking and financial matters, to international and U.
Jesus Navas has been inconsistent since his arrival from Seville last year, but Reus would give City the cutting edge from the flanks they desire.
Arianna De Reus co-presented an ICIK seminar with her mother, Dr.
MARCOS ROJO last night completed his move to Manchester United, but the club have dismissed reports linking them to unsuccessful bids for Thomas Muller and Marco Reus.
Johannesburg, June 08 ( ANI ): With just a few days left into the FIFA World Cup, Germany's attacking midfielder Marco Reus was ruled out of the squad for the tournament because of an ankle injury sustained in a 6-1 friendly win over Armenia.
GERMANY midelder Marco Reus has been ruled out of the World Cup, with Sampdoria defender Shkodran Musta called up to replace him.
Mainz, Germany, Sha'ban 9, 1435, Jun 7, 2014, SPA -- Germany lost playmaker Marco Reus for the
It is within, and against, this remarkable new realm of materials that Reus and her peers (Alice Channer, for instance) are plotting their ideas.
Dortmund got off to a flying start when Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marco Reus scored two quickfire goals to stun Zenit, who were playing their first competitive game since the two-month winter break.
Bale, Ozil, Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) and David Alaba (Bayern Munich) replace the Barcelona quartet of Messi, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Dani Alves.