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1. (Placename) a former duchy (1635–1918) and state (1918–46) of central Germany, now part of the state of Lower Saxony; formerly (1949–90) part of West Germany
2. (Placename) a city in central Germany: formerly capital of the duchy and state of Brunswick. Pop: 245 076 (2003 est)
German name: Braunschweig


(ˈbrʌnz wɪk)

1. a former state of Germany: now part of Lower Saxony in Germany.
2. a city in Lower Saxony, in N central Germany. 254,130.
German, Braunschweig.
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Noun1.Brunswick - a university town in southwestern Maine
Maine, ME, Pine Tree State - a state in New England
2.Brunswick - a town in southeast Georgia near the Atlantic coast; a port of entry
3.Brunswick - a city in central Germany
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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Despite having been created over five decades, from 1970 to the present, these eighteen works on paper by Colette Brunschwig in the exhibition "Papiers" had a similar dominant chromatic quality, with surprising correspondences, as if they were all part of a single series.
Before joining Sears Holdings in 2009, Stevens served in a number of design positions, including senior designer for luxury textiles vendor Donghia, design consultant for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, creative director at Brunschwig and Fils, and industrial design creator at The Gentleman's League, which is a group of New York City artists and designers.
15) la polemica entre Bolton, Brunschwig y Devereux.
Brunschwig habia senalado que la traduccion de Aubenque tiene el inconveniente de que los participios presentes [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] y [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] asumen de repente el valor de participios futuros, algo queAubenque parece confirmar al hablar permanentemente, a este respecto, de busqueda "eterna", "sin fin", "siempre renaciente", etc.
Brunschwig C, Moussavou W, Blin J (2012) Use of bioethanol for biodiesel production.
This technique was first described in 1948 by Brunschwig in a patient with advanced cervical cancer and included total resection of pelvic viscera (bladder, uterus and rectum) ended with a terminal colostomy and urinary conduit [1].
New lighting, fabrics, wall coverings, and carpets were chosen for specific areas, although the intricate original wallpapers by Brunschwig, Kneedler-Fauchere, and Rose Cumming hung decades ago are all in good condition and remain as visual jewels throughout the spaces.
111) Blaise Pascal, Pensees, ed Brunschwig, Paris, Gamier-Flammarion, 1976, pensee 294.
Sin embargo, Brunschwig aduce un motivo adicional para no aceptar la hipotesis del conflicto: la definicion de lo que es endoxon del primer libro de los Topicos.
We buy the best fabrics--from Brunschwig & Fits, Scalamandre, Kravet and Schumacher, all through Designer's Source of Sarasota.
En 140629-30, Brunschwig atetiza las palabras "[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]" retenidas por Ross pero que no figuran en los manuscritos mas antiguos (Ay B) (7), y que el atribuye a una glosa aclaratoria introducida por un copista.
Along with MAXX Properties, he has worked with several international organizations such as Brunschwig & Fils, Unisys, The Rothschild Group and Hoffmann-La Roche.