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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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(Walser's 1998 novel Ein springender Brunnen, (14) of course, may go too far in redressing the balance to the extent that it invites sympathy for its adolescent protagonist--a version of the author's younger self-to the exclusion of the historical reality of National Socialism.
Zum Brunnen, 51, who has muscular dystrophy, sued Eastwood in 1997, a year after she and her husband say they had dinner at Mission Ranch.
Mrs Zum Brunnen, who has muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair, sued Eastwood charging infractions of the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
Zum Brunnen's lawyer John Burris contended he wanted special treatment for his hotel because of his celebrity status.
The largest brewery group, Brau and Brunnen AG, posted about $45 million in profits last year, after two years of losses, but two-thirds of the profit was due to selling off three old breweries.
Nacht ist es: nun reden lauter alle springenden Brunnen. Und auch meine Seele ist ein springender Brunnen.
Azzar AG, based in Brunnen, Switzerland, has taken over the business of the former Provatec in the manufacture of forming and portioning machines and the delivery of mold plates, spare parts and patty paper.
93: Thaiji der arabische Stammvater dieses Namens war der erste der Brunnen verlag [tawa] daher ihm der Name blieb."
The largest soft drink border in Germany, Gerolsteiner Brunnen GmbH & Co., has been a champion of the re-fillable PET bottle movement.
Thus, for example, organisational structures, human resources, corporate and commercial strategies, have all been under intense scrutiny, mirroring situations experienced in telecommunications in both the UK (Brunnen 1989) and US (Kennedy 1989).
Level crossing route asset manager at Network Rail, Mark Brunnen, said: "These cameras are a proven deterrent to improve safety and discourage motorists from taking unnecessary risks when crossing the railway.