Synonyms for vekemans or Related words with vekemans

artiguenave              geerts              oostra              amrein              benichou              raaijmakers              bougueleret              chamaillard              drobecq              sciot              huerre              cruaud              heremans              vandekerckhove              labigne              heyndrickx              salamini              ryffel              vreugdenhil              delabie              stunnenberg              vandenabeele              garmyn              simonutti              struyf              rentsch              verlaan              galibert              schrauwen              huylebroeck              jaillon              zwahlen              dewerchin              mothes              hennemann              millasseau              delorenzi              wincker              compernolle              kiemeney              berghmans              boudeau              peppelenbosch              kedinger              cerottini              plebani              pirottin              fougerousse              wijmenga              ktorza             



Examples of "vekemans"
Wojciech Fibak / Miloslav Mečíř defeated Tom Nijssen / Johan Vekemans 7–6, 5–7, 6–2
Miloslav Mečíř / Tomáš Šmíd defeated Tom Nijssen / Johan Vekemans 6–4, 6–2
Johan Vekemans (born December 6, 1964, in Goirle, Netherlands), is a former professional tennis player from the Netherlands.
Willy Vekemans (born 28 April 1945) is a Belgian former professional racing cyclist. He won the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in 1967.
Anisha Vekemans (born 17 August 1991) is a Belgian professional racing cyclist. She competed in the women's road race at the 2015 UCI Road World Championships. She rides for the Lotto-Soudal Ladies team.
Altitude Montreal was designed by architecture firm Jean-Pierre Lagacé Architects, Nicolet Chartrand Knoll are the structural engineers, Bouthillette Parizeau are the mechanical engineers, and interior design by Nicole Vekemans. The developer is Daca Group.
Vekemans enjoyed most of his tennis success while playing doubles. During his career he finished runner-up in 2 doubles events. He achieved a career-high doubles ranking of World No. 75 in 1986.
In August the team announced the signing of Joëlle Numainville (Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) with immediate effect. Susanna Zorzi and Jessie Daams will join the team for 2015. On October 29, the team signed Anouk Rijff. On November 13 Carlee Taylor joined the team. On November 21 Anisha Vekemans, Marion Rousse, Sarah Rijkes, Molly Meyvisch, Chantal Hoffmann, Amy Cure and Isabelle Beckers signed extensions with the team.
De Vos developed a busy practice as a painter, particularly of portraits. In 1620 he painted the "" (Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp). He donated the work to the painters' chamber of the Guild of Saint Luke. De Vos received multiple commissions for family portraits from local patrons such as the wealthy merchant Joris Vekemans who ordered a portrait cycle of his family members in 1624. In 1627 he enjoyed royal patronage when 6 royal portraits were commissioned by respectively Philip IV of Spain, the Archdukes Albert and Isabella, Henri III of France, Henry IV of France and Marie de' Medici. He also worked on commissions from religious institutions. In 1628 he painted his only known landscape, a "", which he donated to his home town where it is still displayed in the city hall.
He returned to Uruguay and in Montevideo he started "Cursos de Complementación Cristiana," in which he analysed political, social and economic problems in the light of Catholic faith. He gave these courses between 1961 and 1964, at the same time he did other work in the continent, collaborating in Chile with Roger Vekemans, SJ, in political typology in his "Ensayo de tipología socioeconómica latinoamericana" and with Renato Poblete in the "Ensayo de tipología política de América Latina" (published by OEA in Washington in 1961). In 1965, he co-founded the Peter Faber Center of Theological and Social Studies ("Centro de Investigación y Acción Social "Pedro Fabro""), which was closed by the Uruguayan government in the 1970s. The Center dedicated itself to investigating the interrelations between society and religion. Some work was published in the review, "Perspectivas de Diálogo". With his experience in the Center, Segundo wrote his fundamental work, "Teología abierta para el laico adulto," in five volumes, published in Argentina by the Editorial Carlos Lohlé.