Brüning

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Brüning

(German ˈbryːnɪŋ)
n
(Biography) Heinrich (ˈhainrɪç). 1885–1970, German statesman; chancellor (1930–32). He was forced to resign in 1932, making way for the Nazis
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Summary: Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) [India], May 27 (ANI): After threatening to return her Padma Shri over denial of visa extension, German national Friederike Irina Bruning on Monday asserted that she will not give back the honour which was "bestowed on her with love and respect."
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In order to investigate the extend to which al-Fustat--at the southern tip of the Nile Delta in Egypt--functioned or was perceived as a provincial capital city, Bruning looks at the development of the role the town played in the province during the first century after its founding, that is, from the alleged beginning of the Muslim conquest of the province in 18/369 until the establishment of Abbasid rule in 132/750.
Bruning is the story of the longest continuous military campaign of World War II.
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The 60,600-SF Propak Logistics facility at 701 Carnahan Drive was purchased by Terraforma LLC, led by David Bruning and Doug Meyer.
This has been a high-priority topic for many state attorneys general, including Bill Sorrell of Vermont, Jon Bruning of Nebraska and Martha Coakley of Massachusetts, as they feel that the problem has become a burden for consumers.