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brux

(brŭks)
intr.v. bruxed, bruxing, bruxes
To clench or grind one's teeth.
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and Canada that spend every day connecting with retailers big and small and developing custom, tailored promotions," Brux says.
While encouraging consumers to try these fruits is key to driving sales, Brux admits that retailer education is equally important.
Before this appointment, Brux worked as VP of marketing communications at California Table Grape Commission.
Elizabeth de Brux is a doctoral student in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership with a concentration in Gifted Education Administration at the College of William and Mary.
Peripartum cardiomyopathy Rev Med Brux 2001; 22: 436-8.
In contrast to other oral appliances, the TAP device allows the patient to move his or her jaw left and right and to brux if necessary, said Dr.
Unlike other oral appliances, the TAP device lets the patient move his or her jaw left and right and to brux if necessary, said Dr.
Langlois J, Binet JP, De Brux JL, et al: Aortic arch anomalies.
Barrels from companies such as Bartlein, Krieger, Brux, or Lilja should not require fire lapping.
North America is, by far, the largest market for Chilean fruit, so PMA Fresh Summit is an incredibly important show," says Karen Brux, managing director North America for the San Carlos, Calif.