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Bruch

(bruk),
Carl W.L., German anatomist, 1819-1884. See: Bruch glands, Bruch membrane.
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Undercover reporter Mark Daly exposed racism among a number of trainee officers in his documentary The Secret Policeman, which he secretly recorded while posing as a trainee officer at Bruche.
The other - one of the four trainers at Bruche - is from Lancashire Constabulary.
He was one of 10 officers who quit after Daly's expose of racism among recruits at the Bruche police training centre in Warrington, Cheshire.
The Secret Policeman showed racism among a number of trainee officers from forces in North Wales, Greater Manchester and Cheshire after journalist Mark Daly posed as a recruit at the Bruche training centre in Cheshire.
BBC reporter Mark Daly, a former Record journalist, filmed the bigots while under cover as a trainee at Bruche Police Training College in Warrington, Cheshire.
During the seven months before he was arrested and exposed in August, Daly secretly filmed a number of recruits at Bruche National Training Centre in Warrington.
During the seven months before he was exposed in August, Daly secretly filmed several recruits at Bruche National Training Centre in Warrington.
zumindest nicht als Bruche betont, denn jede Stelle im Ornament ist zugleich die andere einer anderen" ["transitions unrecognizable, or at least not stressed as breaks, for every position in the ornament is simultaneously that of another"].
Bruche, who was the senior military representative at Australia House until May 1931, when he returned to Australia to become (briefly) commandant at Duntroon and then Chief of the General Staff.
Aufgabe der Literaturwissenschaft ist es also, Entwicklungen und Bruche, Strukturen und Zusammenhange von Texten und Kontexten zu untersuchen und darzustellen' (p.
304-305; Karin Orth, "`Ich habe mich nie getarnt.' Bruche und Kontinuitaten in der Lebensgeschichte des KZ-Kommandanten Johannes Hassebroek," Sozialwissenschaftliche Informationen, 24 (1995), 145-50; and Isabell Sprenger, Gross-Rosen.
(4.) Ender HG, Schneider H: Subtrochantar Bruche des Oberschenkels.