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Breu·er

(broy'er),
Josef, Austrian internist, 1842-1925. See: Hering-Breuer reflex.
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But the six months Breuer spent on the road led him to his fate.
Breuer had been fascinated by Indians since childhood, when his collection of lead figures included cowboys and Indians.
After renewing his friendship with Sherman, Breuer began buying Inuit sculpture and beadwork.
Rock writers called it punk; and Breuer and his band began to be regulars along with the likes of performers Debbie Harry, Richard Hell, David Byrne, Patti Smith and the Ramones.
In the meantime Breuer also finished a college degree in political science, ran his shop and continued to collect Indian art.
Breuer succeeded in signing the Laughing Dogs to a major label and was also representing John Lurie and his band the Lounge Lizards.
In the early 1990s, Breuer and two partners decided to open a gallery on Longboat Key.