Bursten

Burst´en


p. p.1.p. p. of Burst, v. i.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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E.; Bursten, B.E.: Woodward, P.: Langford, S.: Sagatis, D.: George, A.; Chemistry: the central science, 13th ed.
(121) Ben Bursten, Post hospital Mandatory Outpatient Treatment,
Bursten, "Reactions of laser-ablated uranium atoms with H2O in excess argon: a matrix infrared and relativistic DFT investigation of uranium oxyhydrides," Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Jana and Gleb brought Alan Bursten on board after he filled in for the "DWTS" pro in weeks prior.
* Bursten (1973) claims there are four gradations of narcissism: craving, paranoid, manipulative and phallic.
12, 2013), http://indianapublicmedia.org/news/state-police-respondinvestigation-tracking-device- 59918/ ("Indiana State Police Captain Dave Bursten said in a statement the department is working well within the bounds of the law....
"Der historische Materialist [...] betrachtet es als seine Aufgabe, die Geschichte gegen den Strich zu bursten" (Benjamin, Illuminationen 272).
Indiana State Police official Dave Bursten warned that the death toll could rise, and that the fair planned to reopen on Monday with a memorial service for the victims.
Sgt Dave Bursten, of the indiana State Police, said a stagehand aged 52 was amongst the dead and a least one child was injured.
Texas Sports Acquisition Group: Neil Leibman, Andy Bursten, John Havens, Glenn Picquet, Jim Waller.
Bruce Bursten, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
They also found the process was more than 10 times more efficient as the temperature increased."As both a dean and a chemist, I am very impressed with this recent work by Professor Bruce and his colleagues," said Bruce Bursten, dean of UT Knoxville's College of Arts and Sciences.