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Fuchs

1. Klaus Emil. . 1911--88, East German physicist. He was born in Germany, became a British citizen (1942), and was imprisoned (1950--59) for giving secret atomic research information to the Soviet Union
2. Sir Vivian Ernest. 1908--99, English explorer and geologist: led the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1955--58)
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But Fuchs rejected the idea that the refugees coming to Europe were responsible for the attacks: "It is not true that the refugees are the reason for the Paris Attacks.
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As Fuchs explains, "The cultural fascination with Spain never waned, even when it was most inconvenient in military or religious terms" (9).
My father is involved in club hockey in Germany in a big way, and it was largely his influence that prompted me to take the game seriously, even though I also played football and basketball as a child," Fuchs said.
Richard Halhead, Fuchs UK managing director said: "is acquisition strengthens the position of our UK business in all sectors.
Fuchs won the toss and managed to put on board a dismal 107 runs.
Until he arrived at Boro Fuchs had played in his native Germany, his father Fritz, who was Hamburg coach, converting his son into a striker for the club.
About Tim Fuchs Construction - Tim Fuchs Construction was started in 2006 by Tim Fuchs.
Fuchs says faculty members were part of a self-study of the program that led to his decision, and he maintains that Center Director Robert L.
Fuchs, a 38-year-old ex-German who became a naturalised Briton during the war, was in America as a member of a British Atomic Energy Research mission.
Fuchs has been in prison since October when he was arrested in Georgia after being invited to the country by a letter from the Prime Minister.
Fuchs -- pronounced FEWKS or FOOKS -- generally emerges in middle-aged, roughly age 40, and older people.