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, Ger. Brünn, city (1991 pop. 388,296), SE Czech Republic, at the confluence of the Svratka and Svitava rivers. It is the second largest city of the Czech Republic and the chief city of Moravia.
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Brunn, il convient de distinguer dans les ecrits de Cesaire cette rupture chronologique, qui se marque par un durcissement des positions du cistercien apres 1231 et un rapprochement avec les freres Precheurs (8).
Many lesions that appeared abnormal cystoscopically showed benign inflammatory changes of cystitis cystica et glandularis and/or florid proliferation of von Brunn nests.
Large nested variant of urothelial carcinoma: 23 cases mimicking von brunn nests and inverted growth pattern of noninvasive papillary urothelial carcinoma.
Tal vez Mendel era mejor ante gente joven que ante la Sociedad Cientifica de Brunn, en donde pudo haberse sentido "acorralado" y no pudo expresar su magia docente.
More radically, Brunn decided posthumously to resume production of Posenenske's unlimited editions and to sell these contemporary versions, too, at cost--that is, without a profit.
Systems sowie der Janacekschen Privatsphare, beansprucht durch das Zirkulieren zwischen Brunn, Prag, Geburtsort und diversen Kurdomanen, essenzielle Schlusselimpulse: Ehe und Familie ohne Fortune, Inspirationszufuhr durch ausserfamiliare Musen.
My purpose is to present von Brunn as a juxtaposed fractured fairy-tale Nazi and failed time-binder.
Von Brunn himself was shot and died while awaiting trial.
James von Brunn, the 89-year-old accused of murdering a guard at Washington DC's Holocaust Memorial museum has died in a prison hospital.
Von Brunn acted alone, but there was no shortage of voices eager to spread the blame for his crime.
Produced by David Rubin, Michael London, Brunn Papandrea.
After all, alleged Holocaust Museum shooter James Von Brunn appears to have been a veteran of World War II, having served as a PT Boat captain.