Amstelveen


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Amstelveen

(äm`stəlvān), town (1994 pop. 74,059), North Holland prov., W Netherlands, a suburb of Amsterdam. Amstelveen has light industry and agriculture. Schiphol international airport is there.
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Major organization : GEMEENTE AMSTELVEEN (30505231)
KPMG, whose global headquarters are based in Amstelveen, the Netherlands, was one of five companies that bid for the contract.
The report further said that the team will face the Netherlands in a warm-up game in Amstelveen on May 31, and also clash with Pakistan at the Oval in London on June 3.
Student Van Riemsdijk, from Amstelveen, Amsterdam, admitted conduct amounting to stalking in Street, Somerset.
HOLLAND v GLOUCS ROB Nicol and James Fuller were the stars of the show as Gloucestershire boosted their hopes of making the Clydesdale Bank 40 semi-finals with a comprehensive victory over high-flying Group A rivals Holland in Amstelveen.
CRICKET: Yorkshire need to quickly rid themselves of their CB40 nightmare in Amstelveen and regroup for today's crucial LV= County Championship encounter against Hampshire at the Rose Bowl.
Hoffmann branded Gordon Drummond's men favourites for the showdown in Amstelveen.
SUMMARIES: Tour Match Derby Bangladesh 220 & 161 v England Lions 296 & 86-1 England Lions win by 9 wkts Clydesdale Bank 40 - Group B Amstelveen Essex 218-8 v Holland 217-6 Essex win by 1 runs TODAY: (13.
James Muldoon, 30, of Halewood, was arrested by Dutch police in the Amstelveen suburb of the city.
But the 21-year-old's determination in defence was also an important factor in England's final Pool A match in Amstelveen.
In a rain-hit game in Amstelveen, Afghanistan scored 209 for nine to achieve their second innings target with more than a day to spare.
The exhibitions revisited key moments of Cobra's fugitive existence, with Amstelveen and Brussels emphasizing, alongside larger artworks, ephemeral projects such as periodicals, artists' books, posters, and collaborations in poetry and painting.