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Bruck

(bruk),
Alfred, 19th-century German physician. See: Bruck disease.
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Leonard is a member of the global management committee led by Ben Bruck, global head of Macquarie Investment Management.
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consumers," said Kellogg vice president of global marketing Larry Bruck.
David Bruck delivered the defense's opening statement in the penalty phase of Tsarnaev's trial, saying there is no punishment Tsarnaev can get that would be equal to the suffering of the bombing victims.
Among those who picked up a spade to lend a hand was Tesco's comcom T -munity champion and former Sky Blues player Dietmar Bruck, who said: "Our role is to get involved within the community and the Gosford Community Hub contacted me with regards to some fundraising.
Defense attorney David Bruck said he would raise the issue with Tsarnaev, though he noted the alleged bomber has the right to skip pre-trial hearings.
The deal is for general renovation services of the tunnels Bruck, St Ruprecht and the Bruck junction .
Knowledge Fox chief executive Dr Peter Bruck delivered the keynote address.
Bruck is a consultant in information and communication technology.
Stuart Bruck, director of Mortgage Brokerage at Time Equities, led the company in the transactions, which included a $30.
Author of the study, Jason Bruck of University of Chicago's Institute for Mind and Biology, had conducted the research on the complex relationship patterns between 56 captive bottlenose dolphins for more than two decades.