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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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So although Braune reappeared in Brown, it ironically was not yet recognized to constitute authority on antagonistic defenses.
Braune, B.M., Savard, G., Wakeford, B.J., and McGoldrick, D.J.
[Citing Daugherty; Gendron; Wilson (1963); Braune.] Actual hostility between the two defenses is required.
"All of the allegations |in the lawsuit~ are certainly untrue," says Braune, vice president of marketing and client services at Heritage.
Gopher and Braune (1984), in arguing that there is an underlying psychophysical function relating workload to the requirement for processing resources, take a similar position.
In captive populations of birds, high Hg exposure has been associated with lower reproductive efforts, increased deformities in developing young, and behavioral changes (Heinz, 1979; Braune et al., 2012).
Scheuhammer AM, Perrault JA, Routhier E, Braune BM, Campbell GD.
Birds collected with hunters are later dissected, and multiple tissue samples are archived within the National Wildlife Specimen Bank (Braune et al., 2010).