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Prusa:

see BursaBursa
, city (1990 pop. 838,323), capital of Bursa prov., NW Turkey. The market center of a rich agricultural region, on the ancient Silk Road S of Constantinople, Bursa was long noted for its silks, but is now a producer of automobiles, other textiles and apparel, and metals.
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"This does not resolve all the tariff challenges for New Jersey businesses and consumers," Prusa said.
Prusa and Skeath (2004) address some of the issues considered in this paper, though their dataset covers an earlier period, 1980-1998, much of which was dominated by traditional users of antidumping.
Arnim's general perspective has become standard for classicists; see for instance Marrou who cites both Gomperz and Armin's introduction to Dio von Prusa as "le travail fondamental pour notre etude" (534).
It's a slow pace, but Prusa says that's to be expected.
During broiling, the leaner patties lost most of their weight s moisture, Prusa says, whereas fattier ones lost more fat and cholesterol.