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Bruno spent much time at the monastery where Adalbert had become a monk and where abbot John Canaparius may have written a life of Saint Adalbert.
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In January 1940, the British cryptanalyst Alan Turing spent several days at PC Bruno conferring with his Polish colleagues.
Bruno Jean Marie Cremer ( born Jean-Marie Drillon, 6 October 1929 – 7 August 2010 ) was a French actor born in Saint-Mandé, Val-de-Marne, who spent a part of his career on stage, but who also found success in the cinema and on television.
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Significant investigations conducted by the NTSB in all modes of transportation in recent years include the collapse of the I-35 highway bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota ; the collision between two transit trains in Washington, D. C .; the pipeline explosion that destroyed much of a neighborhood in San Bruno, California ; the sinking of an amphibious vessel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; and the crash of a regional airliner near Buffalo, New York.
Appointed by Giulio Andreotti, Giudice conspired with oil magnate Bruno Musselli and others in a lucrative tax fraud of as much as $ 2. 2 billion.
In Children of the Dream, Bruno Bettelheim quoted a kibbutz friend, " at a time when the American girls preen themselves, and try to show off as much as possible sexually, our girls cover themselves up and refuse to wear clothing that might show their breasts or in any other fashion be revealing.
Soon after, Bruno appears at a party at Senator Morton's house and hobnobs with the guests, much to Guy's apprehension and Anne's increasing suspicion.
Guy wins the tennis match but takes much longer than expected ; likewise, Bruno is delayed when he drops Guy's lighter down a storm drain and must force his fingertips down the drain to recover it.
He got a treatment that pleased him on the second attempt, from writer Whitfield Cook, who wove a homoerotic subtext ( only hinted at in the novel ) into the story and softened Bruno from a coarse alcoholic into a dapper, charming mama's boy — a much more Hitchcockian villain.
Many men, including George " The Animal " Steele, have stated that Bruno has always shown concern for how much all of the wrestlers earn on a card – not just himself.
From nearly its inception in 1931 until war's end in 1945, the Bureau, sometimes incorporated into aggregates under cryptonyms ( PC Bruno and Cadix ), had been essentially the same agency, with most of the same core personnel, carrying out much the same tasks ; now it was extinguished.
The two letters GB indicate an AM station, and were chosen to honour the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno who was much admired by Theosophists.
By appointing Bruno to the vacant position, Otto provided himself with a powerful ally against Conrad in Lotharingia ( much of which fell under the archdiocese of Cologne ) just when he needed one most.
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Former Milan player Nils Liedholm was the manager at the time, with players such as Bruno Conti, Agostino Di Bartolomei, Roberto Pruzzo and Falcão.
During the investigations into the money laundering networks of the Mafia it became clear that former Palermo police chief Bruno Contrada who had moved to the intelligence service SISDE had warned a suspect about his impending arrest so that he could escape in time.
Fasssbinder himself plays the lead part of Franz, a small time pimp who is torn between his mistress Joanna, a prostitute played by Hanna Schygulla, and his friend Bruno, a gangster sent after Franz by the syndicate that he has refused to join.
The film follows Kaspar Hauser ( Bruno Schleinstein ), who lived the first seventeen years of his life chained in a tiny cellar with only a toy horse to occupy his time, devoid of all human contact except for a man who wears a black overcoat and top hat who feeds him.
Although the historical Hauser was 17 when he was discovered in Nuremberg and the film implies this, the character is played by actor Bruno Schleinstein who was 41 years old at the time of filming.
" During Mengelberg's time as chief conductor, several of these first conductors included Karl Muck ( 1921 – 1925 ), Pierre Monteux ( 1924 – 1934 ), Bruno Walter ( 1934 – 1939 ), and Eugen Jochum ( 1941 – 1943 ).
Another nucleus of the Young Hegelian movement was the Doctor's Club in Berlin ( later known as ' the Free '), a society of intellectuals founded in 1837 and led by Bruno Bauer who, by 1838, was writing the most anti-Christian pamphlets in Germany at the time.
The child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim commented that the tale " abounds with Freudian symbolism " and that the princes who try to reach Sleeping Beauty before the appropriate time only to perish in the thorns surrounding her castle serves as a warning that premature sexual encounters are destructive.
A second goal from Bruno Bellone in injury time at the end of the match secured France's first major title in international football.
Chalopin, who at the time owned the DIC Audiovisual studio, helped develop the format and concept for the rest of the episodes together with Bruno Bianchi, who also designed the final versions of the main characters and served as supervising director.
Lapua leader Vihtori Kosola was imprisoned for his part in the Mäntsälä rebellion at the time of formation but the leadership was officially kept in reserve for him and other leading rebels, notably Annala and Bruno Salmiala, were involved in the formation of IKL.
Hitchcock carries the theme into his editing, crosscutting between Guy and Bruno with words and gestures: one asks the time and the other, miles away, looks at his watch ; one says in anger " I could strangle her!
Among those arrested at this time were future president of Croatia Franjo Tuđman and dissident journalist Bruno Bušić.
According to the polls conducted among Finnish audiences, " Hopeinen kuu ", ( originally " Guarda che luna " by Walter Malgoni and Bruno Pallesi ), recorded in Finnish by Olavi Virta and " Satulinna " ( composed by Jukka Kuoppamäki and sung by Jari Sillanpää ) are the most popular Finnish schlagers of all time.
He is the second longest-reigning WWF Champion of all time ( after Bruno Sammartino ) and the longest-reigning of the 1980s, having held the title for 1, 474 days from 1984-1988, as well as the longest-reigning WCW World Heavyweight Champion of all time, with a 469 day reign from 1994-1995.
During her time on Dancing with the Stars, judge Bruno Tonioli nicknamed her " The Weapon of Mass Seduction " because of her long legs.
The most important rulings are collected in a publication called " G. A. J. A " ( i. e. Les Grands Arrêts de la Jurisprudence Administrative-The major rulings of the administrative jurisprudence -), published by Dalloz editions and written by some of the most influential authors or judges of the time in France ( e. g. Bruno Genevois or Prosper Weil ).
At the same time, a team from Sondergruppe R comprising Schleicher, Eugen Ott, Fedor von Bock and Kurt von Hammerstein-Equord formed the liaison with Major Bruno Ernst Buchrucker, who led the so-called Arbeits-Kommandos ( Work Commandos ), which officially was a labor group intended to assist with civilian projects, but in reality were thinly disguised soldiers that allowed Germany to exceed the limits on troop strength set by Versailles.
Bruno did not complain, and instead gathered himself to continue, ultimately rocking Tyson ( for the first time in his career ) with a left hook toward the end of the round.
The Lennox Lewis vs. Frank Bruno fight was the first time that two British-born boxers had fought for the world heavyweight title.
In December 2005, Bruno announced that he was to become a father for the fourth time since finding new romance with old friend Yvonne Clydesdale.
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Immediately after his appointment as Cardinal, Pope Clement made him a Cardinal Inquisitor, in which capacity he served as one of the judges at the trial of Giordano Bruno, and concurred in the decision which condemned Bruno to be burned at the stake as a heretic.
In Germany, Emil Carthaus and Dr. Bruno Bernhard have observed 1, 891 signs of cannibalism in the caves at the Hönne ( 1000 – 700 BC ).
Mies worked in his father's stone-carving shop and at several local design firms before he moved to Berlin, where he joined the office of interior designer Bruno Paul.
Around 25, 000 spectators watched international boxing on 1 October 1993, at the National Stadium with a World Boxing Council ( WBC ) Heavyweight title bout between Lennox Lewis and Frank Bruno.
Italian monk Giordano Bruno, burned at the stake in 1600 for heresy, is considered by some to be a pantheist.
Marsilio Ficino argued that Plato's references to reincarnation were intended allegorically, Shakespeare made fun but Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake by authorities after being found guilty of heresy by the Roman Inquisition for his teachings.
After returning to the Federal Republic of Germany, he made The Rats ( Die Ratten ) which went on to win the Golden Berlin Bear at the 1955 Berlin Film Festival, and The Devil Came at Night ( Nachts, wenn der Teufel kam, 1957 ) which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and is based on the true story of Bruno Lüdke.
Of course filmmakers also tried to emulate the Leone cinematography ( at least the close-ups ) and most important of all, if Ennio Morricone couldn't compose the music for the film himself, composers like Luis Enrique Bacalov, Francesco Di Masi, Bruno Nicolai, Carlo Savina and others wrote something similar.
Master Simone, at the instance of Bruno and Buffalmacco and Nello, makes Calandrino believe that he is pregnant.
* November 14 – Leonard Bernstein, substituting at the last minute for ailing principal conductor Bruno Walter, directs the New York Philharmonic in its regular Sunday afternoon broadcast concert over CBS Radio.
Otto II was later crowned by his uncle Bruno the Great, Archbishop of Cologne, at Aachen Cathedral on May 26, 961.
Some other crucial contributions were Robert Christy's realization that implosive compression would facilitate nuclear detonation by significantly increasing the density of the plutonium sphere, Luis Alvarez's development of exploding-bridgewire detonators, which ensured that the explosive lenses would all fire simultaneously, and Bruno Rossi's RaLa experiments, which tested ( without plutonium ) various weapon designs to arrive at one that produced an accurately symmetrical implosion.
: Includes the stories " Pastor Ingqvist's Trip to Orlando ," " Mammoth Concert Tickets ," " Bruno, the Fishing Dog ," " Gospel Birds ," " Meeting Donny Hart at the Bus Stop ," " A Day at the Circus with Mazumbo ," " The Tolleruds ' Korean Baby ," " Sylvester Krueger's Desk ," and " Babe Ruth visits Lake Wobegon.