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Max, German ophthalmologist, 1895-1969. See: Reis-Bücklers corneal dystrophy.
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1) Another "gap" with which Buckler is preoccupied, Dvorak notes, is that "between being and essence": in attempting to bridge this gap, "his narrators contemplate themselves in the act of contemplating, his protagonists describe themselves describing and think of themselves thinking" (100).
Originally published twenty years after the end of World War I, Malaula is the combat memoirs of ace and final unit commander Julius Buckler.
BOB Buckler has made a name for himself in Ireland this year and will be back for another raid at this week's Galway Festival.
Legendary band The Jam, featuring Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler parted in the early 1980s.
The intruders' noise woke Buckler, who quietly checked out what was happening and then went back to his bedroom for a shotgun.
I ask drummer Rick Buckler when From The Jam's tour bus pulls over so he can do a phone interview.
Environment officers attended the scene on September 6 last year and found burning rotten timber at a property on Commercial Street where the company A Buckler Demolition Limited were leveling a building.
As illness grew throughout the task force, I met with our task force commander, Colonel William Buckler.
q THURSDAY Leeds, Jongleurs DANNY BUCKLER + Des Clarke + Gavin Webster + Junior Simpson (comedy).
Marc Dizon, Principal Partner of ORB, the Manhattan based architecture, interiors, and design group has designed the Buckler meanswear flagship store, located in the city's fashionable Meatpacking District.
The auction will feature works by CalArts faculty and alumni, along with alumni of Choinard Art Institute, including works by Edgar Arceneaux, Diane Buckler, Ingrid Calame, JoAnn Callis, Russell Crotty, Sam Durant, Tim Ebner, Sharon Greytek, Martin Kersels, Robert Ketchum, Liz Larner, Tom Lawson, Charles Long, Laura Owens, Monique Prieto, David Reed, Erika Rothenberg, Ed Ruscha, Pat Steir and Carrie Mae Weems.
Buckler, a professor of Slavic languages and literatures at Harvard University, explores the middle regions of "noncanonical works and underdescribed spaces.