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Albert Jan Maat

  1. Albert Jan Maat is a member of European parliament.


  1. An album was released in 1995  : Dankzij de Dijken.
  2. The album was characterised by fragile harmonies, delicate acoustic guitar, delicate percussion and piano. (Web site)
  3. The album was entitled "Back One Again" and was released on January 31st. (Web site)
  4. The album was highly successful, especially in the Netherlands, where the single Strange Machines ended up in the Dutch charts, as did the album.
  5. The album was mixed at The Record Plant also.

Alex Van Warmerdam

  1. Alex van Warmerdam is the David Lynch of the Dutch cinema.
  2. Alex van Warmerdam is the writer, director and star in this original and wickedly funny black comedy, that really made me laugh with tears.


  1. Amsterdam is known as one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world and is a centre of bicycle culture. (Web site)
  2. Amsterdam is the financial and business capital of the Netherlands and one of the most important cities in Europe in which to do business.
  3. Amsterdam is the hometown of Eredivisie football club Ajax.
  4. Amsterdam is the most popular destination for foreign tourists.
  5. Amsterdam is the official capital (as the constitution states). (Web site)

Anna-Marie Goddard

  1. Anna-Marie_Goddard was born as Anna Marie Lampe on January 13, 1970 in Ysbrechtum, The Netherlands, which is a small farming village.
  2. Anna-Marie_Goddard is a Dutch model and actress.
  3. Anna-Marie_Goddard was born in 1970 and was raised in a small farming village in the Netherlands. (Web site)
  4. Anna-Marie_Goddard is a fashion model and actress from Amsterdam who is best-known for her pictures in the Playboy magazine.

Anthonid Cornelis Oudemans

  1. Scholarly interest in the subject began when Anthonid Cornelis Oudemans published his 1892 study of The Great Sea Serpent.
  2. According to Heuvelmans, the first major step towards modern Cryptozoology was taken by Danish Zoologist Anthonid Cornelis Oudemans. (Web site)

Anthony Van Egmond

  1. Anthony van Egmond was born in Groesbeek in the Netherlands, the son of Johannes Arnoldus Gijben and his wife Maria Bloem.

Arie De Jong

  1. Arie de Jong is a high-flying Dutchman who found in America a land of milk and honey – and golden trash. (Web site)
  2. Arie de Jong was born on October 18, 1865 to happy parents in Batavia, modern Jakarta, in then Dutch East India. (Web site)

Arie Haan

  1. Arie Haan has brought the Dutch philosophy of "total football" to China.
  2. Arie Haan gave instructions before the opening match of Asian Cup in Beijing July 17, 2004. (Web site)
  3. More than ten years ago the Dutch football legend Arie Haan came to Iran to discuss the national team job.

Aris Kindt

  1. The corpse is that of the criminal Aris Kindt, strangled earlier that day for armed robbery.
  2. Aris Kindt just so happens to be the name of the thief whose body is the subject of Rembrandt’s famous autopsy painting, The Anatomy Lesson.

Arnon Grunberg

  1. Arnon Grunberg was born in Amsterdam in 1971, and was kicked out of high school at age seventeen.


  1. Author was a local who had travelled home from London, not using an airplane. (Web site)
  2. The author was born in Guyana and moved to England at the age of 24.


  1. The award was presented by Gayle King.
  2. The Award was given to her at a celebration concert at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam and the entire event was broadcast live on national television. (Web site)
  3. The Award is a Medal of Honour, made by a renowned Dutch artist, Geer Steyn. (Web site)


  1. The band was broadcasted on December 07, 1976 at Avro's Toppop with their new single Bombay.
  2. The band was exceedingly active for a band that lasted less than one year, recording two albums and playing dozens of shows throughout Europe. (Web site)
  3. The band was formed in 2001. (Web site)
  4. The band was named after a roadie. (Web site)


  1. BARTHEZZ - To play, I prefer a mix of trance and techno, that's why many people call my playing-style 'techtrance'.
  2. Barthezz is the artist-name of Dutchman Bart Claessen.

Benno De Goeij

  1. Benno De Goeij is a famous Dutch trance artist.
  2. Benno De Goeij is a famous dutch trance artist and Dj.

Ben Liebrand

  1. Ben Liebrand is a remixer and producer from the 80s and the 90s and still going strong in the new millennium.
  2. Ben Liebrand is a well-known DJ from my mother country The Netherlands.

Bertus Borgers

  1. Bertus Borgers was zanger, saxofonist en bandleider van de legendarische band Sweet D'Buster en mede-oprichter van de Nederlandse Pop-Academie. (Web site)

Bert Keizer

  1. Bert Keizer is a Dutch doctor, working in a hospice for the terminally ill.
  2. Bert Keizer is a Dutch writer and physician .

Bierens De Haan

  1. Bierens de Haan was a professor at the University of Leiden and the first editor of a new Dutch Journal called the "New Archive for Mathematics". (Web site)

Bloem De Ligny

  1. By and large the Dutch don't tend to hype their artists, but at one point it looked like they were prepared to make an exception for Bloem de Ligny. (Web site)
  2. Bloem de Ligny's voice is breathtaking and so many of her songs burst with meaning under the often wacky and fun lyrics.
  3. Bloem de Ligny has such a unique style that takes you from ice-caves to pirate ships to a medieval courtyard at night all in one swoop.


  1. Bouyeri is a Dutch-born citizen. (Web site)
  2. Bouyeri is one of the inspirators of the Hofstadgroup. (Web site)
  3. Bouyeri was found guilty of being a ringleader of the group, but judges could add nothing to his sentence. (Web site)

Candy Dulfer

  1. Candy Dulfer is a female saxophonist from the Netherlands. (Web site)
  2. Candy Dulfer is a great musician who does not get the attention and respect that she deserves.
  3. Candy Dulfer is a sax player and throughout this CD their are also vocals by her as well. (Web site)
  4. Candy Dulfer is a well-known Dutch smooth jazz alto saxophonist. (Web site)
  5. Candy Dulfer is a woman that can blow some serious sax. (Web site)

Cees Nooteboom

  1. Cees Nooteboom is a prolific Dutch novelist, poet and essayist born in 1933, with a huge fan community particularly in continental Europe.
  2. Cees Nooteboom is a well-known Dutch novelist and travel-author.
  3. Cees Nooteboom is a world-renown Dutch writer who was a writer in residence in Budapest during the 1956 revolution.
  4. Cees Nooteboom is a world-renown Dutch writer who was in Budapest during the 1956 revolution.

Christiaan Eijkman

  1. In this way medical officer Christiaan Eijkman was seconded as assistant to the Pekelharing-Winkler mission, together with his colleague M. B. Romeny.
  2. This proposal was readily accepted, and Christiaan Eijkman was appointed the first director of the "Geneeskundig Laboratorium" (Medical Laboratory). (Web site)
  3. For his discovery of vitamin s, he shared a 1929 Nobel Prize with Christiaan Eijkman. (Web site)

Christy Gibson

  1. In 2001, the first album by Dutch singer Christy Gibson was released. (Web site)
  2. Christy Gibson (or Kitty) is a Dutch singer of mor lam and luk tung prayuk. (Web site)

Coenraad Jacob Temminck

  1. Leisler named a number of birds, including the Temminck's Stint which he named after his friend Coenraad Jacob Temminck. (Web site)
  2. This bird was named after Coenraad Jacob Temminck, a Dutch naturalist. (Web site)
  3. Described to western science by Dutch ornithologist Coenraad Jacob Temminck (1778-1858) in 1830.


  1. Colijn was interned by the German occupying authorities in 1941. (Web site)
  2. Colijn was prominent in League of Nations committees. (Web site)


  1. The concert was all seventeenth century Dutch songs to do with sailing.
  2. The concert was live recorded and the CD has sold in more than 40 countries worldwide.


  1. The concerts are re-scheduled in September and October.
  2. The concerts were both fine enough, even though the last one had to be postponed three days from the 22nd to the 25th.


  1. Daendels was close witness to the French revolution.
  2. Daendels was not afraid to use his military reputation to swing the balance in the political struggles that characterised the early Batavian Republic.

Daphne Deckers

  1. More than a decade later, Krajicek, who is married to former James Bond Girl Daphne Deckers, still regrets that comment. (Web site)
  2. De grappige columns van Daphne Deckers zijn al jaren onverminderd populair.
  3. Sinds 2000 schrijft Daphne Deckers wekelijks een column in de zaterdagbijlage van De Telegraaf.


  1. Description: A 29 year-old Michelangelo Buonarroti unveiled his famous nude statue of 'David' in Florence.
  2. Description: A guide to the tarot cards that makes use of Jungian archetypes, the I Ching, and color-number combinations.
  3. Description: A machine for manufacturing horseshoes was patented by Henry Burden of Troy, New York.
  4. Description: A short clip of the DVD of EnTrance, one of Poland's biggest trance events.
  5. Description: A showing of 71 Vincent van Gogh paintings in Paris, 11 years after his death, created a sensation.

Dietrich Nikolaus Winkel

  1. Dietrich Nikolaus Winkel ( 1780 - 1826) was the inventor of the first successful metronome. (Web site)
  2. The metronome was invented by Dietrich Nikolaus Winkel in Amsterdam in 1812. (Web site)


  1. Dirk is a rentable boy - one of a growing number. (Web site)
  2. Dirk was a laborer in the candle-making factory in Gouda and, as a Roman Catholic, had a large family.

Dirk Coster

  1. This element was discovered in 1923 in Copenhagen by a Hungariun chemist, Georg von Hevesy, and a dutch physicist, Dirk Coster.
  2. Dirk Coster, a Dutch physicist, and Georg von Hevesy, a Hungarian chemist, discovered hafnium in 1923 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  3. In 1923, with Dutch physicist Dirk Coster, Hevesy discovered the chemical element hafnium. (Web site)

Dirk Matschenz

  1. Dirk Matschenz captured the skeleton title.
  2. Dirk Matschenz werd na twee runs elfde en Peter van Wees mocht in de tweede run zelfs niet meer starten.
  3. Skeletonners Peter van Wees en Dirk Matschenz hebben bij de WB-wedstrijd in Igls matig gepresteerd.

Dj Paul Elstak

  1. DJ Paul Elstak (real name: Paul Roger Elstak; born The Hague 14 January 1966) is a Dutch hardcore and happy hardcore DJ and record producer. (Web site)
  2. The vocals were done by female singer Shaydee, a student who had worked with DJ Paul Elstak as a dancer on his tours. (Web site)
  3. Show no fear, as you are taken around the world to see Offensive in action with MC Ruffian, MC Firestong and the one and only DJ Paul Elstak.


  1. Dutch is one of the most beautiful languages in the world Whatever beauty Dutch may or may not hold is dispelled by it being bellowed at top volume.
  2. Dutch is one of the most beautiful languages in the world and much more "normal" than English; I always found English spelling baffling.
  3. Dutch is the official language.
  4. Dutch was still spoken in many parts of New York at the time of the Revolution.
  5. The Dutch are hospitable and enjoy having visitors.


  1. Emmanuelle was also an international hit and has played to an estimated global audience of 300 million.
  2. Emmanuelle: The Emmanuelle Collection (1974) She is Emmanuelle, and these are the films that changed the look and feel of erotic cinema forever. (Web site)

Erik Borgman

  1. The aim of Erik Borgman in this book is to increase the knowledge of Schillebeeckx' theology by fully explaining its context. (Web site)
  2. Professor Erik Borgman (born 1957) (sometimes listed as Eric Borgman) is a Dutch author. (Web site)
  3. This relates to the publication about the work of Edward Schillebeeckx by Erik Borgman. (Web site)


  1. Escher is also the subject of a song by the rock group The Breakfast.
  2. Escher was born on June 17, 1898, in the Dutch province of Friesland .
  3. Escher was extremely fond of this little sculpture, keeping it with him the rest of his life. (Web site)
  4. Escher was the youngest of three sons born to George Arnold Escher and Sarah Gleichman Escher.


  1. The film is a combination of documnetay, fiction, even animation and has the qualities of a thriller. (Web site)
  2. The film was a flop and its director, Cesare Canevari, would later plumb new depths with the Nazi-exploitation classic Gestapo's Last Orgy.
  3. The film was tinted and re-released in 1984.

Fiona Gaunt

  1. Fiona Gaunt is an actress. (Web site)


  1. The fort was begun in the year 1615; they began to settle about twenty years ago, and there is already some little commerce with Virginia and New England.
  2. The fort was taken without a fight because its garrison had no gunpowder, and the fort was renamed Fort Trinity.
  3. The fort was taken without force because no gunpowder was present, and the fort renamed Fort Trinity . (Web site)
  4. The fort was taken without force since no gunpowder was present, and the settlement was renamed Fort Trinity.

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