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Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
George B., German physician, 1884-1977. See: Meckel-Gruber syndrome, Martin-Gruber anastomosis.

Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
Josef, otologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1827-1900. See: Gruber method.

Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
Max von, German hygienist, 1853-1927. See: Gruber reaction, Gruber-Widal reaction.

Gru·ber

(grū'bĕr),
Wenzel (Wenaslaus) L., Russian anatomist, 1814-1890. See: Gruber cul-de-sac, Gruber-Landzert fossa.
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Gruber, of Norton, and a Maysville attorney named Hyatt met on horseback in front of the Harding place.
Gruber said nothing, but silently directed the other's attention to the foliage of adjacent trees, which showed no movement; even the delicate tips of the boughs silhouetted against the clear sky were motionless.
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Rangers comfortably led 20-6 at half time and should have gone on to win more comfortably, only securing the points with a 73rd minute try from back row forward Matt Gruber.
Linda Gruber and Stanley Williams retired from the Construction and Equipment supply chain after 38 and 32 years of service respectively at DLA Troop Support.
"Studying biofluorescence in the ocean is like a constantly evolving mystery novel, with new clues being provided as we move the research forward," says David Gruber, a professor at City University of New York and co-corresponding author of the study.
"It's very different from all the other forms of marine biofluorescence" such as the processes seen in jellyfish and corals, David Gruber, a professor at City University of New York and co-author of the study told AFP.
Citi analyst Scott Gruber last night downgraded Apergy to Neutral from Buy and lowered his price target for the shares to $34 from $41.
The words for the song were written by Father Joseph Mohr in a poem in 1816, and on Christmas Eve Day, December 24, 1818, he asked his close friend, organist Franz Gruber, if he would compose a melody suitable for a guitar to put that poem to music and have it ready for a Christmas Eve service that night.
The Silent Night chapel in Oberndorf WHERE: Arnsdorf WHY: To see where the melody was composed BETWEEN 1807 and 1829, Franz Xaver Gruber worked as a teacher and organist in this small village.
Visit wallfahrtsmuseum.at WHERE: Arnsdorf WHY: To see where the melody was composed BETWEEN 1807 and 1829, Franz Xaver Gruber worked as a teacher and organist in this small village.