Synonyms for reenen or Related words with reenen

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Examples of "reenen"
van Reenen is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Van Reenen is a settlement in Uthukela District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Gerlach Cornelis Joannes van Reenen (30 September 1818, Amsterdam – 31 May 1893, The Hague) was a Dutch politician.
It is located on the N3 national road at the top of Van Reenen's Pass on the Great Escarpment of the Drakensberg. The town is named after Frans van Reenen, original owner of the farm where Van Reenen was established and planner of the route of the Van Reenen's Pass.
He is the son of Lionel Van Reenen, formerly a sociologist at Goldsmith's College in the University of London and an immigrant from South Africa. His mother is Anne Van Reenen, a retired banker. He is married to Sarah Chambers, an Interior Designer in London's Carden Cunietti.
Geluksburg is a village in the KwaZulu Natal province in South Africa, close to the Free State border between the Oliviershoek and Van Reenen mountain passes.
Van Reenen was inducted into the South African Sports Hall of Fame in February 2009 for his World Record Discus Throw.
IGC researchers include Esther Duflo, Nicholas Bloom, Rachel Glennerster, Lant Pritchett, John Van Reenen (economist), Nicholas Stern, Dean Karlan, Edward Miguel, and Maurice Obstfeld.
An attractive young heroine that Max falls for. She plays more or less exactly the same role as Keelie van Reenen, from the first book.
On her third attempt at Manchester 2002, Frazer shot a brilliant 588 to successfully capture her first individual Commonwealth Games gold in the rifle prone on a countback from South Africa's Esmari van Reenen.
The Netherlands won another close match for third place, defeating China by 152 to 139. The bronze medalists: Carla Arnolds, Marion Michielsen, Jet Pasman, Anneke Simons, Wietske van Zwol, Meike Wortel; Alex van Reenen npc, Hans Kelder coach.
His research focuses on the measurement and impact of uncertainty on investment, employment and growth. He also works on the measurement of management practices and productivity with Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen, and on innovation.
"De Meer Stadion" as the Stadium became known, was the home grounds for legendary Dutch football players such as Piet van Reenen, Wim Anderiesen, Rinus Michels, Sjaak Swart, Henk Groot, Johan Cruijff, Piet Keizer, Marco van Basten and countless others.
John Michael Van Reenen OBE (born 26 December 1965) is a Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He has been awarded with an Order of the British Empire and the Yrjö Jahnsson Award.
She won the gold medal in the same event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, winning by 0.6 of a point. She shot a games record of 620.7 to narrowly beat South Africa's Esmari van Reenen.
John van Reenen (born 26 March 1947) is a graphic artist and retired discus thrower from South Africa, who is best known for setting the world record in the men's discus event in 1975.
John van Reenen was born on 26 March 1947 in South Africa. As an athlete, his international competitive exposure was limited by the ban on South Africa from international games, imposed due to the aparteid regime at the time. He managed to compete overseas via representing his university Washington State University where he was pursuing his art studies on a scholarship (one of five offered to him) based on his athletics prowess. Van Reenen studied Fine Art throughout his athletics career, specialising in etchings.
Accommodation in the park is available at Glen Reenen and Brandwag Rest camps. Caravaning and camping sites with all amenities are available at Glen Reenen camp. The hotel was formerly part of Brandwag camp, but since its recent refurbishment it is managed separately by SANParks as Golden Gate Hotel. The nearest town to Golden Gate Highlands National Park is Clarens (17 km to the west), but Phuthaditjhaba is also easily reached via a good tar road, driving through the access gate to the east of the park.
Esmari van Reenen (born September 28, 1981) is a South African sport shooter. She won the silver medal for the rifle three positions at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia, losing out by seven tenths of a point (0.7) to India's Anuja Jung. Van Reenen received a qualifying place for the Olympics by capturing the gold in the same category at the 2007 ISSF African Shooting Championships in Cairo, Egypt. She also achieved a best result in the international stage by finishing fifth at the 2008 ISSF World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, with a score of 673.3 points.
Ladysmith is located on the banks of the Klip River ("stone river"), with the central business district and a large part of the residential areas located within the flood basin of the river. It is on the foothills of the Drakensberg mountains, about 26 km from the Van Reenen pass.