Breslau


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Breslau:

see WrocławWrocław
, Ger. Breslau, city (1993 est. pop. 644,000), capital of Dolnośląskie prov., SW Poland, on the Oder (Odra) River. A railway center and river port, the city is also an industrial center with manufactures of heavy machinery, electronics, computers,
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, Poland.
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But a five-year study conducted by psychologist Naomi Breslau of the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit finds more vulnerability in the theory itself than in the children it encompasses.
Any time you have the kind of massive social change that the Internet has produced, there are going to be great political stories," added Karen Breslau.
She discusses tradition and modernism: urban planning in Breslau; another way to understand modernism: Breslau Wohnung und Werkbund Ausstellung 1929; the Breslau Academy of Fine and Applied Arts; dissemination of taste: Breslau collectors, arts associations, and museums; between idealism and realism: architecture in Breslau; and a non-ideological modernism: Breslau artists in the 1920s.
The picture with the poster of Hindenburg and Hider before the 1933 election reminded me of my life in Breslau when I was eight.
Breslau said factors like positive job growth, low gas prices at the pump and the housing market uptick all lead to consumer confidence and that is working in the industry's favor.
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It's a hot topic of discussion that everyone is thinking about and looking at," said Craig Breslau, who heads the energy derivatives marketing desk at Societe Generale in Houston, which has been involved in some restructuring transactions.
In similar circumstances to the battle of Coronel, Troubridge, who commanded a squadron in the Mediterranean, allowed two German ships, the Goeben and Breslau, to escape.
Synopsis: An octogenarian bookseller living alone in London has found a description of his father, as a young doctor in 1920s Breslau, in a story about Weimar Germany.
real estate," said Ben Breslau, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas' research managing director.
2009), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD; Breslau & Anthony, 2007; Olff et al.
Breslau and colleagues devised a 7-item short screening scale for PTSD, (17) which has been shown to have validity and reliability in both primary care settings (18) and general population samples (19) (Table 3).