Synonyms for zanten or Related words with zanten
Examples of "zanten"
is a Dutch family name, also spelled as Veldhuijzen van
. It may refer to:
was rated for the following aircraft:
made his début against former club Hibernian in a 5–1 defeat, providing an assist for his team's only goal. After the 2009–10 SPL season, Van
was released from his contract.
(born 8 May 1982) is an Irish professional football.
is a Dutch surname meaning "from Xanten". Notable people with the surname include:
Henri Carel van
(born March 18, 1957) is a Dutch artist, based in Rotterdam.
lived in Sassenheim, Netherlands, and was survived by his wife and two children.
Frederique Asselberg (Ellen Vogel) and her daughter Klaartje Ellemijn Veldhuijzen van
On 19 May 2014 it was announced that van
would not be offered a new contract, and would be leaving the club after making 332 appearances and scoring 8 goals in all competitions. On 24 June Van
joined Dumbarton. He left the club in May the following year having made 23 appearances in an injury ravaged season. After leaving Dumbarton, van
signed for Scottish League One side Airdrieonians. After only 12 appearances for the Diamonds, van
left Airdrieonians by mutual consent in February 2016.
Frank Andre van
(born February 1967) is a Dutch businessman, the CEO of Bunzl since April 2016.
It was confirmed on 8 January 2010 that van
had signed a contract with SPL side Hamilton Academical.
Frank Andre van
was born in February 1967. He has an MBA degree from the Rotterdam School of Management.
worked for his family firm, HOPA, in Amsterdam before it was acquired by Bunzl in the mid 1990s. He went on to be CEO of PontMeyer, the Dutch builders merchants until 2005. van
has worked for Bunzl since 2005, and has been the CEO since April 2016, and a non-executive director of Grafton Group since May 2013.
Shortly before the disaster, Veldhuyzen van
was photographed for KLM's advertising campaign. While this has been attributed to his high position within KLM, Jan Bartelski, for instance, argues that Veldhuyzen van
was photographed simply because he was the only captain available (due to his responsibilities as a flight instructor) to KLM Public Relations, as others were away flying.
returned to St Mirren in June 2010, becoming Danny Lennon's first signing as Saints manager. He signed a one-year extension to this contract in April 2012. After appearing regularly during the 2012–13 season, van
exercised an option to extend his contract for another year.
Jan Bartelski, a KLM captain until 1978 and later president of the International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations, was a contemporary of Van
and knew him personally. In his book "Disasters In The Air", he describes Van
Wijntje Cornelia van
(Dordrecht, August 2, 1855 - The Hague, January 10, 1946) was a Dutch opera singer, singing teacher and author.
was born in Ireland to a Dutch father and an Irish mother. Despite being born in Ireland, van
has played his entire senior career in Scotland after signing for Celtic in 1999 from Tolka Rovers. After leaving Celtic at the age of 21, van
signed for St Mirren; he made almost 200 appearances for the Paisley side. He subsequently played for Hibernian, Greenock Morton and Hamilton Academical, before returning to St Mirren in 2010. He made over 130 appearances in his second spell with the Buddies, before moving on to Dumbarton and then Airdrieonians.
, who sang both mezzo-soprano and alto, also wrote her name as Cornélie or Cornelie and was known among friends as Corry or Kee.
• Wagner, D. A. (2008). Alphabetisation et le lettrisme aujourd’hui. Dictionnaire de l’education. A. van
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