Kruse


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Kru·se

(krūs),
Walther, German bacteriologist, 1864-1943. See: Kruse brush, Shiga-Kruse bacillus.
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Kruse is a battery and energy storage subject matter expert.
Kruse tosses in another popular, if more obscure, trend in ideological historiography by inaccurately conflating libertarianism with the more well-known conservative movement.
Kruse was invited to speak about the future of neuroscience and its use in optimizing human performance, both individual and collective, for combat readiness.
Wenatchee resident John Kruse earned Excellence in Craft awards from Outdoor Writers Association of America, with recognition at OWAA's annual conference that will be held in Lake Placid, N.
Kruse also developed a function that allows operators to reassign materials from one bin to another without having to go into the recipe, reducing the opportunity for errors.
Kruse is a specialist auction outfit that has conducted more than 90% of the energy auctions in the US over the past 25 years.
Prior to that, Kruse was executive vice president and chief
KRUSE MISSILE It's all over for Wolfsburg's title hopes as Max Kruse celebrates his late winner for Monchengladbach
The Germans made it 2-0 after 47 minutes thanks to a Kruse tap-in and he then turned provider to set up the third for Gundogan before Bellarabi's low shot piled on the pain.
Kruse writes that Committee members were overwhelmingly Republican fiscal conservatives.
Italy led for the first time at 32-31 but an inspired final leg by Kruse saw him power past individual champion Alessio Forconi and secure a nail-biting triumph which rounds off a successful Games for Great Britain.
Conceding another and slipping to defeat might have meant missing out on automatic qualification altogether but Kruse eased Germany nerves in the 79th minute, just moments after coming on.