Gruber(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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Actually, rather like Gruber, we feel rather icky about fairy tales.On Torture, Chuck Johnson & Sondheim
December 13, 2014
Even his nametag played up his dweeby nature, labeling him “Mr. Gruber, PhD.”
At the end of the hearing Gruber walked out silently, surrounded by cameras and accompanied by his lawyer.
Both Cutler and Gruber emailed their support for Ryan- and Rivlin-style vouchers to the Simpson-Bowles Commission.D.C. Elites Agree on Medicare RX: Cuts for Thee, but Not for Me
March 17, 2013
"The show is basically about me being in a relationship with Calvin," Gruber told Page Six.Kate Middleton Wears Prabal Gurung; Nick Gruber Plots His Reality Show
The Daily Beast
September 11, 2012
Say, he almost got down on his knees, right there in Gruber's!The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete
Gruber's influence was so great in Russia that it was feared no one could replace him.
Mrs. Gruber cried, stopping her crying to wring her hands entreatingly.
Gruber was tall and rather thin, whereas this fellow was both short and fat.
He was confided to the care chiefly of Father Gruber, who besides being a saint was a man of wonderful ability.