Synonyms for straten or Related words with straten
Examples of "straten"
See also R. van
, Iconography – Indexing – ICONCLASS. A Handbook, Leiden 1994.
The Republican nominee was Roland
, a professional engineer and United States Navy veteran from Paterson.
In 2007 Van
was appointed Live Performance Australia’s Official Historian.
-Ponthoz was a former skiing star and the daughter of a Belgian count.
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
-generaal proposal was judged to be unfeasible by the Flemish Government and BAM. According to the Flemish Government, European legislation would not allow levying toll on lorry traffic at the Kennedy tunnel as a means of financing the project. Citizens’ group
-generaal disputed this and insisted that the question be put explicitly to the European Commission. In December 2008, the European Commission has confirmed
-generaal’s stance on the matter.
After Herman Brood's Wild Romance dissolved, Van Boeyen tried again to collaborate with Brood, but this was not a success; this time Brood took bass player Peter van
with him when he left, though Van
returned a few days later. in 1980 the band released the album "Live" as a trio: Van Boeyen, Van
, and Jan van der Meij. The latter two left soon and founded Powerplay.
is a notable performing arts historian, author and former director of the Performing Arts Museum.
The episode was met with excellent reviews with critics praising the plot and performances, particularly Kristin Bauer van
In recognition of his services to the performing arts in Australia Van
was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 1999.
Florence "Flossie" van
(1913–1992) was an aerological engineer known for advancing the science of naval meteorology during and after World War II.
In September 2005 the citizen group
-generaal proposed an alternative layout situated a bit to the north, further from the built-up residential area.
was the first archivist of the Performing Arts Museum (now Performing Arts Collection), at the Arts Centre, Melbourne, and its director from 1984 until 1993.
Other featured guests included Anthony Michael Hall ("The Dead Zone", "Weird Science"), Kristin Bauer van
("True Blood"), and Clare Higgins ("Hellraiser").
Kogan and van der
-Ponthoz and two Sherpa porters perished in an avalanche. Dorothea Gravina then took charge of the expedition.
From 2008 to its conclusion in 2014, van
played the vampire Pamela Swynford De Beaufort on the HBO fantasy drama series "True Blood". On December 8, 2009, "TV Guide" confirmed she had been promoted from recurring status to a series regular. In 2011, van
was cast in the fantasy television series "Once Upon a Time" as the evil fairy Maleficent (the wicked fairy godmother, using the name from Disney's "Sleeping Beauty"), the rival of the Evil Queen of Snow White.
studied fine arts at Washington University in St. Louis as well as in Boston and New York (Parsons The New School for Design) in her youth, but decided to become an actress and moved to Los Angeles, where she has been living since she began acting in 1994. She continues to draw and paint. Her works include commissioned portraits. Van
carries out conservation work to improve the treatment of animals.
was born in Racine, Wisconsin. She is of German descent. During childhood, she played sports, rode horses, and fired shot guns. She graduated from The Prairie School in Racine.
In July 2015, Bas Leinders announced he has parted ways with the team. In October 2015, Marc van der
announced that the sportscar racing programme would end at the conclusion of the 2015 season.
In 2002 Van
acted as the Historical Consultant for Graeme Murphy’s ‘dance musical’ "Tivoli", performed by the Sydney Dance Company, which premiered at the State Theatre, Arts Centre, Melbourne.
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