Synonyms for riemsdijk or Related words with riemsdijk

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Examples of "riemsdijk"
"Text by Jan van Riemsdijk, original music by Rombout van Riemsdijk"
John Van Riemsdijk of the Science Museum and David Jenkinson.
van Riemsdijk is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
After Craan died in 1780, The Groeneveld estate passed to his daughter Catharina Margaretha Craan, and so it was acquired by her husband Willem Vincent Helvetius van Riemsdijk, second son of Governor General Jeremias van Riemsdijk. Willem Helvetius van Riemsdijk himself had already acquired high position since his young age; at 17 he was the administrator of Onrust Island, and he owned many lands and sugarcane plantations among which are Tanahabang, Cibinong, Cimanggis, Ciampea, Cibungbulan, Sadeng, and Tandjoeng Oost. The lavish property, center to the trade and colonial power, remains to the family of Riemsdijk until the start of the World War II.
Herman Claudius van Riemsdijk (born August 26, 1948 Tiel, Gelderland, the Netherlands) is a Brazilian chess player.
Jeremias van Riemsdijk (18 October 1712 – 3 October 1777) was a Dutch colonial administrator who served as Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies from 1775 to 1777.
In 1961, Philips succeeded Frans Otten as president of the company. He served in this position for 10 years; in 1971 he was succeeded by Henk van Riemsdijk.
With Henk van Riemsdijk and Jean-Roger Vergnaud, Koster was one of the founders of GLOW, the major European organization of generative linguistics. He was co-founder and editor of "The Linguistic Review" and is currently co-editor (with van Riemsdijk and Harry van der Hulst) of "Studies in Generative Grammar" (published by Mouton de Gruyter). He specializes in theoretical syntax and the philosophy and history of linguistics. He made notable contributions to the theories of word order, locality and anaphora.
The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering theoretical linguistic research of the Germanic languages, published by Springer Netherlands. Its editors-in-chief are Susi Wurmbrand (University of Connecticut) and Henk van Riemsdijk (Tilburg University).
Jeremias van Riemsdijk was born on 18 October 1712 in Utrecht, the son to Scipio van Riemsdijk, the minister of Bunnik near Houten, and Johanna Bogaert. He entered service with the Dutch East India Company as a sergeant left for the Indies, aboard the "van de Proostwijk", on 25 February 1735. Very shortly after his arrival in Batavia/Jakarta on 14 September 1735, he entered the civil (as opposed to military) service. Jeremias was the nephew of the future Governor-General Adriaan Valckenier (1737-1741), who at the time was still a member of the Council of the Indies. H could therefore expect to make rapid progress in his career.
On 28 December 1775, following the death of Petrus Albertus van der Parra, Van Riemsdijk was chosen as Governor-General. He had had at the time five marriages, to leading Eurasian ladies. He had learned a lot from the eleven years he had worked with his predecessor, whose great appetite for money he had acquired. During his term in office, there was a shortage of ships and ship personnel. This problem was solved with help from the homeland. However, shortly after his governorship had begun, Jeremias van Riemsdijk died in Batavia/Jakarta. He was followed as Governor-General by Reynier de Klerck
Spangenberg was Argentine Champion in 1993 and Sub-Champion in 1996. He shared 1st with Pablo Ricardi at Villa Gesell 1996, won at Buenos Aires 1998, and tied for 1st-3rd with Carlos Garcia Palermo and Herman Van Riemsdijk at La Plata 1998.
Prior to joining the Science Museum in 1954, he had already made a name for himself in the model railway world with a geared clockwork mechanism. This was marketed as the Walker Riemsdijk mechanism. The Walker element referring to the London shop of Walkers & Holtzapffel in whose catalogue it was featured.
John Van Riemsdijk (13 November 1924 – 31 August 2008) was a curator of the Science Museum, London. He was instrumental in establishing the National Railway Museum in the years before 1975. He was a noted model engineer and author. He merited a Guardian newspaper obituary in 2008.
Van Riemsdijk was born in 1924. His parentage brought a Dutch father and an English mother together. So that as a young man, he travelled widely by train with his father around Europe. He attended University College School, Hampstead, and Birkbeck College, London, where he read English and French. Soon after graduating he was recruited into the Royal Navy.
After over fourteen years in power, he died on 28 September 1775 in Weltevreden, the imposing palace built for him outside Batavia. He apparently left a great deal of his fortune to the widows of Colombo and a smaller part to the poor of Batavia. He was followed as Governor by Jeremias van Riemsdijk
Hagio "wanted to do something about meat" when she created the story for "Otherworld Barbara", and felt that the story "turned out kind of gross". Thorn felt that Hagio also used her interest in the right and left brain, and the origin of language. She read Noam Chomsky's "Noam Chomsky on The Generative Enterprise, A discussion with Riny Hyybregts and Henk van Riemsdijk.", Vilayanur S. Ramachandran's "", and Andrew B. Newberg's "Why God Won’t Go Away: Brain Science and the Biology of Belief".
It was founded in an attempt to provide an annual meeting for European researchers in Generative Grammar who felt themselves largely excluded from other organizations in the late 1970s. Its founding document, the so-called "GLOW Manifesto" authored by Jan Koster, Henk van Riemsdijk and Jean-Roger Vergnaud, declared that "generative linguistics acquired a new momentum in Europe after Chomsky's [1973 paper] 'Conditions on transformations'" and sought to reflect that momentum with a new organization.
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The land was improved by Daniel Cornelius Helvetius, who developed agriculture in Tandjong Oost until his death in 1860 when the Groeneveld Estate was given to his daughter Dina Cornelia. Dina Cornelia married Tjalling Ament of Dokkum. Ament continued the agricultural business in Groeneveld. By the middle of 19th-century there were 6000 cattles in Tandjong Ooest. Until 1942 the Van Riemsdijk family maintained the estate, the developing local settlements around the estate was known as Kampung Gedong, after the manor house building ("gedong"), being the largest building in that area. The local inhabitants of the kampung is known as Betawi Condet, which develops their own distinctive Betawi culture.