Synonyms for haaften or Related words with haaften

steenwyk              vleet              arnam              goethem              rompaey              deerlin              peteghem              woerkom              dijck              derveer              scoyoc              ooteghem              gelderen              doorninck              straaten              bueren              alstine              mieghem              vlerken              kleeck              tuyl              nieuwenhoven              straalen              bebber              reenen              deusen              mulligen              marrewijk              sinderen              ravenswaay              moppes              oostrom              oostrum              rooyen              rheenen              derbur              heuvelen              gennip              woert              vorhes              itallie              citters              waveren              iersel              bleeck              keuren              roekel              diepenbrugge              holsbeeck              aernam             

Examples of "haaften"
Van Haaften was soundly defeated in the November election by Republican nominee Larry Bucshon, taking only 37 percent of the vote to Buchson's 57 percent. Van Haaften even lost his own state house district.
Valerie Van Haaften is a supervillain in the DC Universe who took the name "Puzzler".
Bucshon defeated van Haaften by a margin of 21 points, winning all 18 counties in the district.
Bucshon defeated van Haaften by a margin of 21 points, winning all 18 counties in the district.
Van Haaften is a lifelong resident of Mount Vernon, west of Evansville. He graduated from Lake Forest College and Drake University School of Law. Before his election to the state house, he was the prosecuting attorney for Posey County from 1995 to 2003. In 2011, Van Haaften opened his own law firm in his hometown of Mount Vernon with local attorney Adam Farrar.
In 2001, the village of Haaften had 2306 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.54 km², and contained 816 residences.
Bucshon faced Democratic nominee State Representative Trent Van Haaften in the race to fill the seat vacated by Congressman Brad Ellsworth, who was running for Senate.
Haaften is a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is a part of the municipality of Neerijnen, and lies about 25 km south of Utrecht.
The area takes its name from the Lords of Arkel, of Ter Leede, of Hagestein, of Everdingen, dike builders from Haaften, and the Van Brederodes from Vianen, who together, in 1284, took measures to protect the area against the threat of water from the Geldersche Betuwe. The most eastern village in Vijfheerenlanden is Haaften, which was the village that was threatened the most by the water, and the villagers there started to heighten the dikes.
He represented a district including the western two-thirds of Evansville, as well as several suburban areas west of the city, including all of his native Posey County. While in the State House Van Haaften earned a reputation as a bi-partisan legislator helping Gov. Mitch Daniels pass one of the country's toughest anti-methamphetamine laws in 2005. Van Haaften served as Chairman of the House Public Policy Committee and as deputy speaker pro tempore.
Upon Sen. Evan Bayh's announcement he would not seek re-election in 2010, two-term Democratic incumbent Brad Ellsworth decided to run for the United States Senate seat. Van Haaften easily won the nomination for Ellsworth's House seat.
The statistical area "Haaften", which also can include the peripheral parts of the village, as well as the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 2620. In January 2007 this number had increased to 3021 inhabitants.
William Trent Van Haaften is a Democratic politician from the state of Indiana. He served as a member of the Indiana House of Representatives, representing the 76th District, from 2003 until 2010, and is currently running for his old seat.
This was an open seat as Democratic incumbent Brad Ellsworth ran (unsuccessfully) for the U.S. Senate. The Democratic nominee was lawyer and State Representative Trent Van Haaften. The Republican nominee was Larry Bucshon, President of Ohio Valley HeartCare.
From 1818 to 1977 Haaften was the main village and seat of the town hall of the eponymous municipality, which also comprised the smaller villages of Hellouw to the west and Tuil to the east, all on the northern bank of the river Waal. On 1 January 1978 it was merged with Neerijnen of which it forms the westernmost part.
Helium is a compiler and a dialect of the functional programming language Haskell. It has been designed to make learning Haskell easier by giving clearer error messages. It is being developed at Utrecht University, Netherlands, primarily by Arjan van IJzendoorn, Daan Leijen, Bastiaan Heeren and Rijk-Jan van Haaften.
In early 2012, Van Haaften decided to run for his old seat in the Indiana House of Representatives. He ran against Wendy McNamara, the Republican who succeeded him, and lost, taking only 43 percent of the vote to McNamara's 56 percent.
The borders on the north and south of the area are formed by rivers, de Lek in the north and the Waal the south, the east border is formed by the line Haaften – Rhenoy – Everdingen, and the west border is formed by the line Ameide – Meerkerk – Arkel.
In "Batman" (1966) the Puzzler is portrayed by Maurice Evans. The concept and original character, created by Jerry Siegel and John Sikela, first appeared in "Action Comics" #49 (June 1942). The concept was later revamped for the character Valerie Van Haaften.
Within the context of the stories, Valerie Van Haaften is a Superman fan who attempted to join a number of super groups to meet him. She eventually decides to become a villain to get his attention. Later she is hired by Intergang to assassinate Clark Kent.