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Bruch

(German brʊx)
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(Biography) Max (maks). 1838–1920, German composer, noted chiefly for his three violin concertos
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Police urged residents in the Padgate and Bruche areas of the town to check their outhouses, garages and sheds as part of the hunt for Keith inthe week before Christmas.
Die fixierung der trochanteren bruche mit rundenelastischen condylennageln.
Major organization : SIVOM DE LA VALLE DE LA BRUCHE
Thiaw and Sembene [26] note that by treating the eggs of the bruche Caryedon serratus with extracts of Calotropis procera, survivors see the sex ratio of their offspring undergo an imbalance.
Becker-Ritterspach and Bruche (2012) highlighted the central role of affiliation as a way to access internal and external resources and to develop capacities for the creation of internationally exploitable assets.
Der Wechsel von der alten zur neuen Energiewelt lasst sich nicht fur alle ohne okonomische oder biografische Bruche vollziehen.
Sie lenkt den Blick vielmehr auf Ambivalenzen und Bruche im Text, indem sie die Bezuge auf das revolutionare VirginiaMotiv einerseits herausarbeitet und die dystopischen Elemente andererseits herausstellt, die sich bei einem feministischen und postkolonialen Lektureverfahren geradezu aufdrangen.
Kontinuitaten und Bruche in der Sozialpolitik der Regierung Lula," in Dana de la Fontaine and Thomas Stehnken (eds.
39) In Bruche and Gonzalez-Aguado (2007), the credit cycle is unobservable and represented by a two-state Markov chain.
Carey (1998), Acharya, Bharath, and Srinivasan (2007), Pan and Singleton (2008), Qi and Yang (2009), Grunert and Weber (2009), and Bruche and Gonzalez-Aguado (2010) develop economically motivated empirical models for recoveries using explanatory covariables.
He spent several months at the Bruche National Training Centre in Warrington, Cheshire, where trainees from 10 forces in the North West and Wales spend 15 weeks, and it was during this period his undercover filming recorded the racism of some of his fellow recruits and trainers.
A small number of LCFA Challenge Cup ties took place with Edge Hill BCOB beating Bruche Athletic 7-0 to go through to round three after goals from Lewis Elwood (2), Dwayne Powell (2), Graham Doran (2) and Joe White as holders South Sefton Borough eventually won 7-6 after a penalty shoot-out against Maghull.