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Brünn

(bryn)
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(Placename) the German name for Brno
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Noun1.Brünn - an industrial city in Moravia in Czech Republic to the southeast of PragueBrunn - an industrial city in Moravia in Czech Republic to the southeast of Prague
Czech Republic - a landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from Slovakia in 1993
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A landslip occurred three quarters of a century ago, on the route from Arth to Brunnen, which was a formidable thing.
Level crossing route asset manager at Network Rail, Mark Brunnen, said: "Knowing that jumping the lights or swerving the barriers at a level crossing will almost certainly result in prosecution is enough to make most drivers think twice.
The brands Orb Media said it had tested were: Aqua (Danone), Aquafina (PepsiCo), Bisleri (Bisleri International), Dasani (Coca-Cola), Epura (PepsiCo), Evian (Danone), Gerolsteiner (Gerolsteiner Brunnen), Minalba (Grupo Edson Queiroz), Nestle Pure Life (Nestle), San Pellegrino (Nestle) and Wahaha (Hangzhou Wahaha Group).
Star-struck Meghann first met the Total Eclipse Of The Heart singer and Robert in March 2010, backstage at a gig in Brunnen, Switzerland.
According to legend, Fieberbrunn got its name when the Princess of Margarete von Tirol was recovering from a fever after drinking water from a fountain beneath the church in the town - 'Fieber' and 'Brunnen' meaning fever and fountain in German.
"This has been a collaborative effort involving ten oil companies and is a great example of how the offshore industry can pull together," said Alan Brunnen, head of Aker Solutions' subsea business.
(7) Ejemplos bien conocidos en el caso de la escultura se encuentran en el Ayuntamiento de Colonia, en el Schone Brunnen en Nuremberg; para el arte pictorico, recientemente se han descubierto unos frescos representando a los Nueve en la Villa Castelnuovo, cerca de Turin.
He first published the images without text in Sechs Holzschnitte von Fritz Kredel (Frankfurt am Main: Der Goldene Brunnen, 1959).
650--"Am Brunnen vor dem Tore" (At the spring before the gate): Words by Wilhelm Muller for Franz Schubert's "The Linden-Tree" (1827)
At the other end of the scale: A new school in Rafz and an apartment complex in Brunnen. Quiet, refined, and densely planned, these projects all demonstrate how the firm's rigorous approach works in even the most complex context.
"Aboriginal communities are integral to the growth of the Canadian economy," said Ben Brunnen, director of policy and government affairs and chief economist with the Calgary Chamber.