- E·va [ee-vuh; German ey-vah] /ˈi və; German ˈeɪ vɑ/, 1912–45, mistress of Adolf Hitler.
- Karl Fer·di·nand [kahrl fur-dn-and; German kahrl fer-dee-nahnt] /kɑrl ˈfɜr dnˌænd; German kɑrl ˈfɛr diˌnɑnt/, 1850–1918, German physicist and specialist in wireless telegraphy: Nobel Prize in Physics 1909.
- Wern·her von [vair-ner von, vur-, wur-; German ver-nuh r fuh n] /ˈvɛər nər vɒn, ˈvɜr-, ˈwɜr-; German ˈvɛr nər fən/, 1912–77, German rocket engineer, in U.S. after 1945.
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Contemporary Examples of braun
In the subsequent parody, The Dark Knight Rises XXX, Braun ensured that his script and costumes would endure fan critiques.
Braun is already milking high end fairy tale spoofs, with a naughty version of Snow White and Sleeping Beauty coming soon.
Scooter Braun came across an earthbound angel on YouTube in 2008.Justin Bieber’s No Good, Very Bad Year: Alleged Prostitutes, Reckless Driving, and More
December 13, 2013
Does Braun genuinely identify as a Jew, or was he forced into a virtual yarmulke and then despised for it?Ryan Braun and Anti-Semites
Emily L. Hauser
August 20, 2013
Braun will lose at least $3.5 million in pay this year, and his future with the Brewers and baseball remains unclear.The Sports Media’s Great Ryan Braun Freak-Out
July 28, 2013
Historical Examples of braun
It was only when he opened his mouth that One-Shot Braun was in the suit with him.
Droplets of sweat began to form along Braun's forehead and his upper lip.
There'd been a time when I'd known Braun, briefly and to no profit to either of us.
My bedroom opened into Braun's, which was beyond it, and had no other door of its own.
It was a hot night in July, and Braun asked me to leave the door open.
- Eva (ˈeːfa). 1910–45, Adolf Hitler's mistress, whom he married shortly before their suicides in 1945
- Karl Ferdinand . 1850–1918, German physicist, who invented crystal diodes (leading to the development of crystal radio) and the oscilloscope. He shared the Nobel prize for physics (1909) with Marconi
- See (Wernher) von Braun
German manufacturing company, named for founder Max Braun, mechanical engineer in Frankfurt am Main (1921).