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Brusa

(Turkish ˈbruːsɑː)
n
(Placename) the former name of Bursa
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Noun1.Brusa - a city in northwestern TurkeyBrusa - a city in northwestern Turkey  
Republic of Turkey, Turkey - a Eurasian republic in Asia Minor and the Balkans; on the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in 1918, the Young Turks, led by Kemal Ataturk, established a republic in 1923
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Following Chang, Pinegar, and Ravichandran (1993) and Brusa and Liu (2004), we also estimate equation (2) using trimmed least squares with trim at 5 percent and 20 percent.
This phenomenon is similar to the recent evidences of diminishing day-of-the-week effect in the developed markets (Brusa, Liu, and Schulman, 2000, Steeley 2001, Seyed and Perry 2001).
Brusa trained Monzon, Argentina's most famous fighter, for the whole of the middleweight's amateur and professional career.
SARAJEVO - 11.00 - Opening of exhibition of Archives of Federation of BiH "70 years of victory over informbureau" - Brusa bezistan
SARAJEVO - 14.00 - Opening of the exhibition of the Historical Archives "Urban Development of Sarajevo through History" by Velid Jerlagic and the exhibition of the Sarajevo City Museum from its own archives 'The City of Sarajevo Scale Models' - Brusa Bezistan
All 12 entrants won prizes, including Mary Brown of Bolton, Lee Brusa of Spencer, Barry Campbell of Fitchburg, Dan Cox of Leominster, Debbi Lane-Mallinson of Leominster, Elly Legros of Fitchburg, Ann Melanson of Leominster, Cheryl O'Brien of Gardner, Gordon Ripley of Rindge, N.H., Susan Sanderson of Lunenburg, Ms.
The exhibition features work by Joe Brindisi, Lee Brusa, Lawrence Brusa, Aaron Lassman, Mary Anne Magiera, Deb Ryan, Lynn F.
Lynn Robinson won for "Rasmataz," a realistic watercolor of a dog, and photographer Lee Brusa won for "Glorious Light," which captured dawn on a rocky coast.
Mark Brusa Jr., 18, of 29 Waterman Road, Auburn, aggravated assault and battery, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and disturbance at a school, continued to Aug.
CMARA Vice President John Brusa explained that the origin of the word "ham" for an amateur radio operator goes back to the early 1900s, when two groups of people were involved in the wireless communications technology that would evolve into radio: professional wireless telegraphy operators, and amateur radio operators who experimented to improve the technology for personal satisfaction rather than monetary gain.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia (Donahue) Todd and his 5 children and their spouses: Janet & Vincent Gabrielli of Gold Canyon, AZ, Susan & Robert Brusa of Atkinson, NH, Roberta & James Trombley of Douglas, MA, Jeffrey and Carolyn Todd of Durham, NH and Michael & Susan Todd of Newfields, NH; 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.