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Australian physician and bacteriologist who described the bacterium that causes undulant fever or brucellosis (1855-1931)

king of Scotland from 1306 to 1329

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As the mate was helping one of the rescued passengers up the side of the bark, who should he turn out to be but the very man whose ghostly appearance Bruce had seen in the captain's cabin writing on the captain's slate
Some vocabulary," Bruce Cadogan Cavendish muttered in aside to Chauncey Delarouse.
Nor does Bruce softpedal the tensions and conflicts that arose in these repeated efforts of whites and blacks to work together on various writing and publishing enterprises.
Poor Tammy Bruce laments the fact that liberals are using an epithet like "conservative," with all its associations to religions crackpots, vicious homophobes, and ruthless money-grubbers, to describe her [My Perspective, April 16].
In our last issue we completed our series of articles, mostly by Bruce Mirken, answering the "AIDS denialist" assertions that HIV is harmless (or does not exist), HIV treatment should be avoided, HIV-related medical tests are inaccurate and useless, etc.
Steve Bruce first dipped his bread into the shark-infested custard of football management on July 2, 1998.
BIRMINGHAM City face a whopping pounds 400,000 bill to secure Steve Bruce as their new manager.
2 billion, the partnership operating under the name Bruce Power, will lease the Bruce A and Bruce B stations from Ontario Power Generation until 2018, with an option to extend the lease for up to another 25 years.
Gina and Raphael Bruce succumb to change to remain a fixture
There were three awards--to the Ailey company's Dudley Williams, to the director of the Paris Opera Ballet school, Claude Bessy, and jointly to Bruce Marks and Anna-Marie Holmes for their work at Boston Ballet.
Bruce was neither as important in a policy sense, nor as interesting a man, as Henry Stimson, Dean Acheson, Averell Harriman, George Kennan, John J.
Which brings us to the case of Bruce (not his real name) on Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights.
Though at first he swore fealty to Edward I of England as king of Scotland (1296), Robert Bruce soon followed the popular leader Sir William Wallace and raised arms against Edward in a struggle to gain Scottish independence.
HOUSTON -- Aggreko, LLC (Aggreko) the world's leading supplier of rental power, temperature control and oil-free compressed air solutions, has announced the appointment of Bruce Pool to the position of West Business Unit Vice President.
au I AM looking for descendants of George and Ann Bruce who both died in 1923 having lived at 48 Coburg Street, Gateshead for many years and their children as follows - James Bruce b1868, George Bruce b1874, Joseph Bruce b1881, Robert Bruce b1887, Jane Ann Bruce and grandchildren.