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Braun

1. Eva . 1910--45, Adolf Hitler's mistress, whom he married shortly before their suicides in 1945
2. Karl Ferdinand. 1850--1918, German physicist, who invented crystal diodes (leading to the development of crystal radio) and the oscilloscope. He shared the Nobel prize for physics (1909) with Marconi
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Once a participant has visited all Braun models and worked to answer the questions, they will return to the Braun booth to drop off their completed entry card.
In 1962, Braun took another step ahead in shaving with the unveiling of the sixtant, with a platinum-coated shaving foil.
In this way, Braun increases its power of innovation over the long term and underscores the strategic significance of its expertise in electric appliances within the P&G group.
I support reparations," says Moseley Braun, "not 40 acres and a Lexus, but a program that brings Americans together to resolve the nation's contradictions between the society's commitment to equality and opportunity and how minorities are actually treated.
With regard to the Braun Series 5, the turbo-performance shaver, Rams is referring to inspiration from a long standing tradition of Braun design heritage.
To see the Phil Braun Signature Series ambulance first, visit Braun at booth #3710 at EMS Today: The JEMS Conference & Exposition.
The Braun product range comprises some 200 products in 10 categories.
Braun and Lyne both touted ABC's new ``Happy Hour,'' a horizontal bloc of programming offering family viewing at 8 p.
According to industry sources, Braun will show the Thermoscan products, in the Braun booth at the International Housewares Show in Chicago in January.
That's one of the reasons why Carol Braun did as well as she did.
Braun has built an unparalleled store of knowledge and expertise in delivering innovative healthcare products, medical devices and programs that enhance both patient and health-professional safety.