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brux

(brŭks)
intr.v. bruxed, bruxing, bruxes
To clench or grind one's teeth.
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and Canada that spend every day connecting with retailers big and small and developing custom, tailored promotions," Brux says.
While encouraging consumers to try these fruits is key to driving sales, Brux admits that retailer education is equally important.
“We have been looking forward to the release of BRUX since we first heard about the collaboration between these two great breweries,” said Chip Mims, CEO.
While wandering through the city of Brux in what is today Czech Republic, the young Spanos and Aris--a fellow waiting-to-be-repatriated soldier--live briefly with two women, Brigitte and Frieda, whose husbands have not returned from service in the German-Czech army.
In a longitudinal study of the identification and performance profiles of performance task-identified students over a span of 6 years, VanTassel-Baska, Feng, and de Brux (2007) found that alternative performance-based assessment identified higher percentages of gifted students who were of lower economic status and minority membership than traditional achievement and aptitude identification protocols.
Known in German as "Brux"--an archaic variant of the German word for bridge (Brucke)--it was overwhelmingly German-speaking until the turn of the twentieth century when an influx of Czech workers needed to serve the local factories and mines shifted the demographic imbalance.