BRUG


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BRUGBusiness Rules User Group (Minnesota)
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van der Brug, Wouter, Mark Franklin, and Gabor Toka.
Brug just is a J"He reminds me of Ding Junhui, there is very little in the way of emotion shown.
Lemmens KP, Abraham C, Hoekstra T, Ruiter RA, De Kort WL, Brug J, Schaalma HP: Why don't young people volunteer to give blood?
Willemieke Kroeze, PhD, and Johannes Brug, PhD, Assistant Professor and Professor, respectively, at the Vrije Universiteit, said.
Black economy is a hidden part of economics, when financial contracts are not declared and are not taxed (Feige 1989; Brug, van Eck 1992).
Brug and MacWaters (2004) published a similar article on Colorado State University Libraries' (CSUL) Purchase Direct program.
Dr Johannes Brug, lead researcher for the study from the VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam, said: "Our research suggests that factors in the home have an important effect on how much time adolescents spend watching television.
Dr Johannes Brug, lead researcher for the study from the VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam, said: "Our research suggests factors in the home have an important effect on how much time adolescents watch TV.
Although a variety of preventions and controls had been implemented for these emerging infectious diseases (WHO, 2009), the fears of SARS (Chang, 2003; Tzeng, 2003; Caves & Irwin, 2006; Chang, Hunag, Lee, Hsu, Hsich, & Chou, 2004; Person, Holton, Govert, & Liang, 2004; Des Jarlais, Galea, Tracy, Tross, & Vlahov, 2006), avian flu (Jones & Iverson, 2008; de Zwart, Veldhuijzen, Elam, Abraham, Bishop, Richardus, & Brug, 2007), and the novel H1N1 pandemic influenza were also widespread in many countries.