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, Ger. Brüx, city (1991 pop. 70,670), NW Czech Republic, in Bohemia, near the German border. It is a railway junction and industrial city in a lignite-mining area. Chemicals, steel, and ceramics are the major products of Most.
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, Czech Republic.
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- electrical network construction works hta / connection of the brux wind farm.
"One of our key objectives is to remind consumers that they can continue enjoying fresh blueberries in the winter, courtesy of Chile," Brux adds.
"Even though there was a display of considerable size, many consumers were just walking by it and heading to their "typical' winter fruits," Brux recalls.
Students' interaction with the people of the host country is important for the overall experience and intensity of the program (Brux & Fry, 2009).
Raleigh, NC, July 08, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Mims Distributing Company (http://www.mimsdist.com), a beer distributor that services a nine-county area in and around the Triangle, has announced that Mims now offers BRUX, a collaboration between the Sierra Nevada and Russian River brewing companies.
[7] MC 336, Conceptia NATO privind transportul si managementul miscarii, Brux elles, 1998.
(396.) JACQUELINE MURRAY BRUX, ECONOMIC ISSUES & POLICY 35 (South-Western Cengage Learning, 5th ed.
Another recent paper reported that institutional factors (academic scheduling difficulties, absence of relevant information, etc.) as well as other factors (financial issues, family concerns, etc.) prevent minority students from participating in study abroad programs (Brux & Fry, 2009).
11 October 2010 - Belgium-based biopharmaceutical company Ablynx (BRUX: ABLX) and Merck Serono, a division of Merck KGaA (ETR: MRK), announced today they have expanded their relationship and entered into a second agreement to co-discover and co-develop Nanobodies against an inflammatory disease target.
Strategies to address this problem include incorporating more culturally relevant indicators of ability (e.g., oral expressiveness for verbal ability) into identification protocols (Ford, 1996); the use of performance-based assessments (Sarouphim, 1999; VanTassel-Baska, Feng, & de Brux, 2007); the use of nonverbal ability tests (Bracken, VanTassel-Baska, Brown, & Feng, 2007; Ford et al., 2002; Naglieri & Ford, 2003; VanTassel-Baska et al., 2007); and the use of different cutoff scores based on appropriate norming groups (Lohman, 2005).