Kruse


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Kru·se

(krūs),
Walther, German bacteriologist, 1864-1943. See: Kruse brush, Shiga-Kruse bacillus.
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Kruse rejoined the staff at the Goshen Co-Op in 1965.
That's something we're going to discuss with the union," Kruse said.
During the course of the investigation, Rubanoff found that Kruse while being "oblivious" to the effects of his actions engaged in "longstanding pattern of unwelcome physical contact," (http://www.
Not only has Kruse had a hand in seven goals in his last four games, those are the only seven goals Bremen have scored in that timespan.
Gelser has filed a formal complaint alleging that Kruse touched her repeatedly starting in 2011 - and not the kinds of touching that might be misunderstood.
As Kruse shows, Richard Nixon was the first postwar president to use religion for strictly partisan purposes, as the emerging culture wars seeped into electoral politics.
Kruse detailed his own encounter with Catholic leaders in the wake of the killing of Jamar Clark, a 23-year-old unarmed black man who was shot through the head by police while lying on the ground.
Kruse said: "We have beaten all the teams last season so on our day we could win it.
Kruse tosses in another popular, if more obscure, trend in ideological historiography by inaccurately conflating libertarianism with the more well-known conservative movement.
Having suitably lodged my protest in those areas, I would like to move on to the three big themes that Kruse covers so interestingly and informatively.
Along with Kruse, the Willkie team involved with the Priceline deal included partner Gordon Caplan, special counsel Jonathan Konoff and associates Andrew Prodromos and Amir Ghavi.
To hear Princeton historian Kevin Kruse narrate the complex interplay of religion and the state--seeded in Americans' postwar exhaustion and gratitude; residual anger at the New Deal and labor unions; the feared rise of communism from within the United States (less from Europe or Asia); and a zeal for a Fourth Great Awakening--is to stand in stupefied witness at the relentless need conservative Christians have to stamp their dogma on the citizenry.