Kruse


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Kru·se

(krūs),
Walther, German bacteriologist, 1864-1943. See: Kruse brush, Shiga-Kruse bacillus.
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Kruse GWS Auctions said the limousine and other items will be part of its Artifacts of Hollywood auction on Aug.
The 31-year-old is out of contract and will be moving on a free transfer, however, it is understood Kruse is not someone manager Jurgen Klopp is looking to add to his fold.
Maria, the eldest of the Kruse children, triggered a momentous turn in KEnthe's life.
Kruse, who was also Chief Engineer, PHED in Nagaland, said and asserted that NDPP along with the ally, BJP, would be forming the next government in Nagaland.
The governor said, "Senator Kruse's behavior is not acceptable in the Capitol or any workplace, and he should step down."
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 says that though he claims his Catholic identity, being associated with the institutional church has been a challenge among his peers, especially in the St.
Kruse of Blue Bell Creameries provides a biography of the ice cream entrepreneur whose business became one of the most successful in Texas.
RICHARD KRUSE came up agonisingly short in his quest to win Britain's first Olympic medal.
SCOTTISH fencer Richard Kruse came within a sabre's width of landing the first British medal at the Rio Olympics after a stunning run to the last four of the individual foil.
Then, he was fined [euro]2,250 (around PS1,800) for turning up 45 minutes late to training - but this was nothing compared to the penalty handed out to midfiedler Tim Kruse.