Bruno

Bruno is American slang for Brown University.
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Bruno

Bruno is American slang for Brown University.
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Bruno

[software] BRUNO was the first commercial computer software program for creating presentations (Presentation program) using a WYSIWYG user interface. BRUNO, which originated on the Hewlett Packard HP-1000 F-Series computer, was finished in 1979 and was used around the world by HP customers. BRUNO was later ported to the HP-3000 and renamed ...
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Bruno

[n] - Italian philosopher who used Copernican principles to develop a pantheistic monistic philosophy
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Bruno

Giordano Bruno noun Italian philosopher who used Copernican principles to develop a pantheistic monistic philosophy; condemned for heresy by the Inquisition and burned at the stake (1548-1600)
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Bruno

St. Bruno noun (Roman Catholic Church) a French cleric (born in Germany) who founded the Carthusian order in 1084 (1032-1101)
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Bruno

Bruno is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Brown` Where is it used? The name Bruno is mainly used In German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and In French.See also In Italian: Brunella (F) In Italian: Bruna (F) In Other languages: Brunette (F) Alternative meanings () Also French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish Bruno appears In 20...
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Bruno

[footballer] Bruno Saltor Grau (born 1 October 1980), simply known as Bruno, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Brighton & Hove Albion in England as a right back. ==Football career== Born in El Masnou, Barcelona, Catalonia, Bruno was a product of RCD Espanyol`s youth system. He only appeared once for the first team, playing ...
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Bruno

[disambiguation] Antonio Raimondi (1826 - 1890). Old photograph of unknown provenance. Immediate image source: The image has been heavily postprocessed in an attempt to remove the writing that shines through from the back side of the paper in the original scan. The photographer is unknown. However, the image shows Raimondi as a young man, m...
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Bruno

[bishop of Segni] Saint Bruno (c. 1047 – July 18, 1123), Bishop of Segni and Abbot of Montecassino, is an Italian Catholic saint. Born at Solero (in today’s Province of Alessandria, Piedmont) between 1045 and 1049, he was educated in a monastery near his birthplace and at Bologna, became a canon at Siena, and came to Rome in 1079. Here ...
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Bruno

[bishop of Würzburg] Bruno of Würzburg (c. 1005 – 27 May 1045), also known as Bruno of Carinthia, was imperial chancellor of Italy from 1027 to 1034 for Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor, to whom he was related, and from 1034 until his death prince-bishop of Würzburg. ==Origin and Imperial politics== Bruno was the son of Conrad I, Duke of ...
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Bruno

[name] Bruno is a male given name. It is derived from the Germanic word brun meaning Shield or Armor. It also occurs very frequently in continental Europe and parts of Brazil as a given name for men and boys. Its feminine version in Italy, Portugal and Brazil is Bruna. == Notable historical names == == Notable given names == ==Fictional giv...
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Bruno

[webcomic] Bruno was a webcomic written and drawn by Christopher Baldwin from 1 January 1996 to 14 February 2007. Its storylines revolve around the life of an introspective young woman, set in the real world. Her unusual name comes from the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno. In 1998 Peter Zale and Baldwin created the `first Internet comics...
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Bruno

[archbishop of Trier] Bruno (died 1124) was the archbishop of Trier from 1101 until his death. He was a relative of the Emperor Henry IV and a priest of Trier Cathedral prior to his election.{sfn|Robinson|2000|p=276} He was invested with his office by the emperor amidst controversy.{sfn|Robinson|2000|p=312} With Duke Frederick I of Swabia a...
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