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Brunn

(brūn),
Fritz, 20th-century Czechoslovak physician. See: Brunn reaction.

Brunn

(brūn),
Albert von, German anatomist, 1849-1895. See: Brunn membrane, Brunn nest.
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Brunn, il convient de distinguer dans les ecrits de Cesaire cette rupture chronologique, qui se marque par un durcissement des positions du cistercien apres 1231 et un rapprochement avec les freres Precheurs (8).
Many lesions that appeared abnormal cystoscopically showed benign inflammatory changes of cystitis cystica et glandularis and/or florid proliferation of von Brunn nests.
In this variant of urothelial carcinoma, the nests must be well-defined and distinguished from the von Brunn ones.
Ito ve ark., (8) 125 otopsi vakasinda, von Brunn nestleri, sistitis glandularis gibi proliferatif lezyonlarin ve kolumnar veya kuboidal metaplazi ve skuamoz metaplazi gibi metaplastik lezyonlarin her iki cinste ve yasta sik bulundugunu, kadinlarda skuamoz metaplazinin daha sik izlendigini rapor etmisler ve bunlarin premalign lezyon olarak adlandirilamayacagini bildirmislerdir.
?Hay referencias a la presentacion de Mendel en la Sociedad de Brunn?; ?Hay algun testigo que haya escrito sobre como fue esa exposicion?
Brunn, his history teacher, who's an Ohio State fan.
Anton Brunn of Denmark described captured larval eels six feet long....
Peter Brunn's The Lesson Planning Handbook (ISBN 978-0-545-08745-2) presents a refreshing approach to lesson planning that is sure to inspire a creative classroom environment.
In accordance with this attitude, Posenenske referred not to her "viewers" or her "audience" but to her "consumers." (4) Her estate, in the hands of her second husband, Burkhard Brunn, is still committed to these principles.
Von Brunn, who lived during the time of the real Nazi horror, presents himself in the guise of a Nazi who reenacts atrocity.
White supremacist James von Brunn, 89, stormed the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and shot dead a security guard in June, 2009.
James von Brunn, the 89-year-old accused of murdering a guard at Washington DC's Holocaust Memorial museum has died in a prison hospital.