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Braun

(brown),
Christopher Heinrich, German surgeon, 1847-1911. See: Braun anastomosis.
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Brauner traces the transformation of the witch from wanton woman to bad wife within the context of a society where the goals and needs of power structures were changing.
Brauner discussed the fact that guidelines for Section and Chapter Officers are posted on the FPS website and encouraged officers to read the guidelines.
Brauner, who came to Germany after WWII from his native town of Lodz, Poland, to make a film about the Holocaust, has been telling stories in Germany for nearly 60 years.
How the project was conducted: The history project got underway in 1998 when Brauner contracted with Gray Allen, local writer and photographer, to develop a production plan and budget.
Like the Rossini edition's previous operatic offerings, Brauner and Gossett's Ermione consists of three volumes: two clothbound volumes containing an extended introduction and the score, and a paperback volume of critical notes.
The Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra did a great job, and Tomas Brauner, its main guest conductor, showed himself in the best light.
According to Brauner, BaldGuyz was well received by the 30 "chrome domes" in the field, which included the latest "bald guy," former Chicago Bears Superbowl quarterback Jim McMahon.
"The lineup of Youkilis, Leyritz, Tankersley and Woodward has become part of our first 'Major League Bald Star Team,'" says Howard Brauner, "head bald guy" at BG Products.
Carol Lewis of Cordova, Tennessee, has been named by the Forest Products Society Executive Board to replace Executive Vice President Arthur Brauner, who will retire as of January 1, 2006.
As produced by vet Artur Brauner ("Europa Europa," Oscar-winning "The Garden of the Finzi-Contini"), pic squanders sporadically impressive visual verisimilitude with jarringly poor post-production sound and dubbing.
In the seventeen years of his gallery's existence, Levy would go on to show the work of Giorgio de Chirico, Peter Blume, Alexander Calder, Victor Brauner, Maria Martins, Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Dorothea Tanning, Eugene and Leonid Berman, Paul Delvaux, Rene Magritte, Pavel Tchelitchew, Yves Tanguy, Kay Sage, Wolfgang Paalen, Matta, David Hare, and Alberto Giacometti - a nearly complete list of the greatest artists who worked (if only temporarily) in a Surrealist style.
Roy Sparber, a certiorari attorney with Brauner Baron Rosenzweig & Klein wanted to know how many people had been hired by Finance to help.