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brux

 (brŭks)
intr.v. bruxed, brux·ing, brux·es
To clench or grind one's teeth.

[Back-formation from bruxism.]

brux

(brʌks)
vb (intr)
to grind the teeth, esp unconsciously

brux

(brʌks)
v.i. bruxed, brux•ing.
to clench and grind the teeth.
[1990–95; back formation from bruxism]
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Beyond meeting with the buyer, we pull in merchandisers, marketing and social staff and retail dieticians to develop integrated programs that are specific to those stores," says Karen Brux, North America managing director for the San Carlos, Calif.
Chilean Fresh Fruit Association (CFFA), which represents Chile's fresh fruit growers, packers and shippers, has appointed Karen Brux as its Managing Director for North America.
brewery, BRUX is an ale fermented with Belgian yeast and finished by a secondary bottle fermentation with the Brettanomyces bruxellensis yeast.
This is our way of highlighting the wonderful qualities of grapes from California that make them the perfect super snack," said Karen Brux, vice president of marketing communications for the commission.
JACQUELINE MURRAY BRUX, ECONOMIC ISSUES & POLICY 35 (South-Western Cengage Learning, 5th ed.