[ broon-er ]


  1. E·mil [ey, -meel], 1889–1966, Swiss Protestant theologian.

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Example Sentences

While testing the app, Brunner noticed that even if users declined to share their location, he could still see their every move.

“When we make mistakes, we work hard to correct them quickly, and learn from them to rapidly improve the program,” Krstic said in the statement when asked to comment on Brunner’s case.

Brunner had stumbled upon a serious security bug in Apple’s location tracking system, he said in an interview.

Expecting to be paid somewhere around $50,000, Brunner told his 30 colleagues that when he received his check, he would throw a barbecue for all of them.

Unlike Brunner, Remer was itinerant, and spent much time in that other nest of postwar Nazis—Cairo.

However, Brunner was not the only perpetrator of the Holocaust mooching around the streets of the Syrian capital.

Sterile, dissipated and prodigal, she made her husband very unhappy, thus avenging the first Mme. Brunner.

In 1843 he was only two thousand francs ahead; but Gedeon Brunner having died, he became a multi-millionaire.

After ten years of wedded life she died before her parents, having made great inroads upon Gedeon Brunner's property.

I cannot omit recalling in this place a case I have already mentioned elsewhere, that of Brunner.

You had better go anyhow, and don't bother Mr. and Mrs. Brunner all the time.





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