gruss

gruss

[grüs]
(geology)
A loose accumulation of fragmental products formed from the weathering of granite. Also spelled grus.
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1 Kazdin Pools & Spas is donating $0 for every new account opened to Stony Brook Southampton Hospitals Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart & Stroke Center.
Daniel Gruss, one of the researchers at Graz University of Technology who discovered Meltdown, called it "probably one of the worst CPU bugs ever found" in an interview with Reuters.
Gruss said Meltdown was the more serious problem in the short term but could be decisively stopped with software patches.
21 Mass celebrated by Bishop Robert Gruss of Rapid City, South Dakota, formally opened the canonization cause for Nicholas Black Elk, a Lakota medicine man who converted to Catholicism shortly after the turn of the 20th century.
Cass joined Twin from Gruss Capital Management, LP ("Gruss"), where she oversaw investor relations in addition to raising new assets from prospective investors.
Hasnain M, Gruss V, Keehn M, Peterson E, Valenta AL, Kottorp A.
Full disclosure: Rabbi Berman is a friend; we studied together in the same shiur at YU and in classes at the Gruss Kollel in Jerusalem.
Rosa gruss an teplitz and Rosa centifolia are the fragrant rose species known for their wonderful aesthetic beauty.
the paper's senior author and co-chair of anatomy & structural biology and co-director of the Gruss Lipper Biophotonics Center at Einstein.
Developmental defects may be lethal, semi-lethal or compatible with life, causing little effect or only aesthetic effect (Khoury and Gruss, 1983).