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Gruber Gru·ber (grü'bər), Max von. 1853-1927.

Austrian bacteriologist noted for his work in serum diagnosis, including the discovery (1896) of the specific agglutination of bacteria by the blood serum of immunized animals.

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  • Say, he almost got down on his knees, right there in gruber's!

  • gruber's influence was so great in Russia that it was feared no one could replace him.

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  • gruber was tall and rather thin, whereas this fellow was both short and fat.

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  • He was confided to the care chiefly of Father gruber, who besides being a saint was a man of wonderful ability.

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