Synonyms for verwachting or Related words with verwachting
Examples of "verwachting"
() is a smock mill in Hollum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1991 and is in working order.
" is regularly open to the public, although it is not open on Sundays, Mondays or public holidays.
Another notable tourist attraction is the history museum in the town called "het Sorgdragersmuseum". The windmill "De
" is in working order.
In a Dark Wood Wandering (original title Het woud der
) is a 1949 Dutch novel by Hella S. Haasse. It was translated into English in 1989 by Edith and Kalman Kaplan and Anita Miller.
Sanana (earlier name Xulla Besi ) is an island, part of Sula Islands which is part of Maluku Islands in Indonesia. It is also the name of that island's largest settlement, home to the Dutch era fort Benteng De
The critically acclaimed historical novel "Het Woud der
/ Le Forêt de Longue Attente" (1949) by Hella Haasse (translated into English in 1989 under the title "In a Dark Wood Wandering") gives a sympathetic description of the life of Charles, Duke of Orléans.
Beterverwagting, also known as B.V., is a village in Guyana, on the East Coast of the Demerara River. Located roughly 10 miles from the capital, Georgetown, it is an important feeder village for the sugar estate in La Bonne Intention, a village adjacent to it. The name Beterverwagting comes from the Dutch words "Beter
", literally "better expectation". It was the birthplace of British actor and singer Cy Grant.
The lyrics of the song were dramatized in the first Russian narrative film, "Stenka Razin" directed by Vladimir Romashkov in 1908. The song also gave the title to the famous 1938 Soviet musical comedy "Volga-Volga". It was performed by the Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra (balalaikas and domras) during their 1967 tour of Australia. The tune is also used in a Dutch hymn "Vol
Blijf Ik Uitzien", and a Dutch nursery rhyme "Aan de Oever van de Rotte". It is played in a cafe scene in the 1988 film "The Unbearable Lightness of Being".
Rudolf van Reest is the pen name of Karel Cornelis van Spronsen, son of Gerard van Spronsen and Johanna Westdijk. He married Maria Taal on 27 October 1921, in Voorschoten. In 1931, Van Reest wrote his first novel, which was followed by a series of novels, such as "De grote
" ("The great expectation") and "Het loon der genade" ("Forgiveness' reward"), and also wrote histories and biographies. From 1933 to 1939 he lived in Baarn, and was editor-in-chief at the publishing firm of "Oosterbaan en Le Cointre N.V."
" is what the Dutch describe as a "stellingmolen" . It is a two-storey smock mill on a three-storey base. The stage is at second-floor level, above ground level. The smock and cap are thatched. The mill is winded by tailpole and winch. The sails are Common sails. The sails on the inner stock have a span of while the sails on the outer stock have a span of . The sails are carried on a cast-iron "windshaft", which was cast by Fabrikaat Buurma, Oudeschans, Groningen in 1991. The "windshaft" also carries the clasp arm "brake wheel",which has 55 cogs. This drives the "wallower" (27 cogs) at the top of the "upright shaft". At the bottom of the "upright shaft", the "great spur wheel", which has 77 cogs, it drives the diameter Cullen millstones via a "lantern pinion stone nut" which has 26 staves.
"Paiser Meul" was originally built in 1845 at Enumatil, Groningen. It was dismantled in 1890. In 1898, the mill was re-erected at Peize by millwright Christiaan Bremer of Adorp, Groningen for F Staal. The mill was built with Patent Sails and the smock and cap were clad in "Dakleer". In 1936, Bremer fitted the sails with Dekkerised leading edges. In that year the mill was sold to "De Goede
Coöperatie". The stage was renewed in 1961 and in 1967 the mill was sold to the Gemeente Peize. The mill was restored in 1971-72 by millwright Alserda of Doezum, Groningen. The Patent sails were replaced with Common sails and the smock was thatched. In 1980, new patent sails were fitted by millwright Doornbosch of Adorp, Groningen. They were renewed in 1990, again by Doornbosch.
† Losses:- "V 1201 Juno" struck a mine in the North Sea west of Heligoland. She was then attacked and sunk by an Allied de Havilland Mosquito aircraft on 17 September 1944. "V 1202 Friedrich Suthmeier" struck a mine in the North Sea west of Heligoland. She was then attacked and sunk by an Allied de Havilland Mosquito aircraft on 17 September 1944. "V 1207 P. von Rensen" was bombed and sunk in the North Sea off Heligoland by Allied aircraft on 17 April 1945. "V 1214 Joannes Georgius" struck a mine and sank in the North Sea off Sylt, Schleswig-Holstein on 27 September 1944. "V 1233 Vooruit" was sunk in the North Sea by British aircraft on 18 April 1944. "V 1236 Flevo III" struck a mine and sank on 11 July 1942. "V 1236 Augusta" was sunk in the North Sea by British aircraft on 18 April 1944. "V 1237 Notre Dame de Dunes" was sunk in the North Sea by British aircraft on 18 April 1944. "V 1241 Stangenwalde" was sunk in the North Sea off Terschelling, Friesland, Netherlands in a battle with, , , , , and on 1 May 1943. "V 1249 Mewa VIII" struck a mine and sank in the North Sea off Borkum, Lower Saxony on 24 February 1943. "V 1250" was sunk in an Allied air raid on Wesermünde, Bremen on 2 June 1944. "V 1252" collided with and sank in the North Sea off Borkum on 4 April 1943. "V 1254 Hermann Garrels" was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea off Terschelling by a Royal Navy Motor Torpedo Boat on 5 July 1944. "V 1255 Ernst Hecht" ran aground and was wrecked on 4 January 1945. "V 1256 Heinrich Onnen" was either torpedoed, or bombed and sunk by an Allied aircraft off Terschelling on 5 July 1945. "V 1262
" in 1944. "V 1269" struck a mine and sank in the North Sea west of Esbjerg, Denmark on 27 August 1944.
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