David Bruce


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Noun1.David Bruce - Australian physician and bacteriologist who described the bacterium that causes undulant fever or brucellosis (1855-1931)
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He was preceded in death by his parents; infant son, David Bruce Harrison; grandson, Seth Lamberson; two brothers, Robert Harrison and Jerry Harrison; and three sisters, Irene Harrison, Janelle Stunson and Judy Trail.
Speaking to reporters at the scene, Chief Inspector David Bruce said: "Along with other emergency services we attended immediately and on arrival it became clear that a series of five gondolas connected on a train on the Tsunami ride have detached from the rails, struck the superstructure and then struck the ground.
Chief Inspector David Bruce said: "Along with other emergency services we attended immediately and on arrival it became clear a series of five gondolas connected on a train on the Tsunami ride have detached from the rails, struck the superstructure and then struck the ground.
Flooding in the Longbeck area earlier this week DAVID BRUCE
Dr David Bruce, chief of service for elderly care at the County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, said Mrs Besbrode was suffering from Cushing's Syndrome, caused by high levels of cortisone.
But like a good film director, David Bruce follows the unsavoury and swashbuckling path of his subject from England to Scotland, from Australia to New York, and finally (spoiler alert here) back home to Glasgow to face trial.
Most of that is Netflix in the evenings," said David Bruce, the university's associate chief information officer for Campus Networks.
And David Bruce, of the AA, added: "Advanced technology could enhance the mobility of an ageing generation.
Groomsmen were Chisrn Clark Patterson, brother of the groom; Robert Boyd Patterson III, cousin of the groom; and Fredrick Adron Belk III, David Bruce Kelly Jr.
Image: Ageing heart-throb Best Known for: His 1970s music career Early life: Born David Bruce Cassidy on April 12, 1950, in New York, the son of actors Jack Cassidy and Evelyn Ward.