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Marianne Bruns Marianne Bruns (31 August 1897 – 1 January 1994) was a twentieth-century German novelist and poet.
Marianne Bruns Bruns was born in Leipzig. After studying music, she began writing stories for magazines. and then novels.
Julia Bruns Her first acting role was in 1913 in the play "The American Maid", written by John Philip Sousa, followed by a part in "Help Wanted" by Oliver Morosco. For a number of years she appeared on stage in the United States and Europe.
Julia Bruns She made three motion pictures in Hollywood. They are "No Place For Father" (1913), "At First Sight" (1917), and "Quand on aime" (1919). The first movie was directed by Lionel Barrymore and released by Biograph Studios located in The Bronx. Playing the role of "Nell" in "At First Sight", Bruns worked with actress Mae Murray and actor Sam Hardy. Her final film was made in France and paired her with actor Paul Guide and
Bruns nystagmus Bruns nystagmus is an unusual type of bilateral nystagmus most commonly occurring in patients with cerebellopontine angle tumours. It is caused by the combination of slow, large amplitude nystagmus (gaze paretic nystagmus) when looking towards the side of the lesion, and rapid, small amplitude nystagmus (vestibular nystagmus) when looking away from the side of the lesion. It occurs in 11% of patients with vestibular schwannoma, and occurs mainly in patients with larger tumours (67% of patients with tumours over 3.5 cm diameter). Bruns nystagmus is also associated with an increased incidence of balance disturbance in patients with vestibular schwannoma. It may be caused by the compression of both flocculi, the vestibular part of the cerebellum, and improvement in both the nystagmus and balance problems occur commonly after removal of the tumour.
Mount Bruns Mount Bruns is a mountain in Antarctica, high, standing north of Mount Lowry in the Anderson Hills in the northern Patuxent Range of the Pensacola Mountains. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and from U.S. Navy air photos, 1956–66, and named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for John E. Bruns, a glaciologist at Palmer Station during the winter of 1967.
Dmitri Bruns Dmitri Bruns (born 11 January 1929), is an Estonian architect and architecture theorist.
George Bruns George Edward Bruns was born on July 3, 1914 in Sandy, Oregon, and went to college at Oregon State University, where he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, graduating in 1936. In the 1930s he worked as a musician with various groups in the Portland, Oregon area. In 1946 he was appointed musical director at radio station KEX in Portland, Oregon, and also was the bandleader for the Rose Bowl room of the Multnomah Hotel. From 1947 to 1949 he performed and recorded on trombone with Portland's Castle Jazz Band, led by banjoist Monte Ballou.
George Bruns Bruns retired from Disney in 1976 and moved back to Sandy, Oregon. He taught part-time at Lewis & Clark College and continued to play and compose music, including recording at least one locally distributed album of jazz.
Mona Bruns He recreated this role in the 1934 film "Wednesday's Child" necessitating their move to Los Angeles in the 1930s, where she and her husband acted in several films also. She played the role of Aunt Emily on "The Brighter Day", for eight years. After the show ended, she was asked to create the role of Emily Hastings on NBC's "Another World". She appeared on many popular television shows of the 1950s/60s.