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BRUIN

Brown University Interactive Language.

A simple interactive language with PL/I-like syntax, for IBM 360.

["Meeting the Computational Requirements of the University, Brown University Interactive Language", R.G. Munck, Proc 24th ACM Conf, 1969].
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Bruin Sports Capital is a privately-held international capitalised operating company whose broad platforms are category-leaders in sports, technology, marketing, hospitality and luxury hospitality.
With this heavy bruin, the general consensus of the test team was full-power 10mm kicked in the Bruin about the same as a Government Model with standard-pressure 230-grain .45 hardball.
The acquisition of Engine Shop establishes Bruin Sports Capital in global sports marketing services, expanding its portfolio of platform businesses.
After hearing evidence from one of the nurses involved and written evidence from Patient E regarding a charge that, during the restraint procedure, de Bruin knelt on Patient E's chest and/or upper abdomen, the tribunal found neither account sufficiently reliable.
En so is die bruin mense ook nie 'n afgesonderde bevolkingsgroepie in die land nie.
In a statement, CAS said they did not accept de Bruin's argument that it was up to FINA to eliminate all possibilities other than the swimmer herself had tampered with the sample.
CAS spokesman Matthieu Reeb said the Swiss-based international court would most likely be de Bruin's final opportunity for appeal.
A statement issued by the organisation said: "FINA announce that concerning the case of Michelle De Bruin, the result of the analysis of the B sample confirms that of the A sample.
De Bruin, who won four Olympic medals in 1996 but was later found to be a drugs cheat, turned her attention to the law after years of trying to clear her name.
Former Dutch athlete de Bruin, now a freelance journalist, had no clear recollection of the incident when interviewed later by gardai.
He claimed de Bruin of Kellsgrange, Co Kilkenny, drove his Mercedes through the lights into the flow of possible on-coming traffic.
It almost seems that if it wasn't for the bad luck the Bruins are having, they would have no luck at all.