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De Vries

Hugo . 1848--1935, Dutch botanist, who rediscovered Mendel's laws and developed the mutation theory of evolution
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NEW YORK, June 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CEO and Founder John de Vries announced the launch of YouLab Global, the new Ageless Living brand, last night at 6 pm PST in a live streaming event.
De Vries then followed Ricksen to Russia after his transfer to Zenit St Petersburg and a wild night out cemented a friendship that had grown steadily - because the journalist, who was freelance at the time and could have made a fortune selling the story, kept his mouth and his laptop closed.
De Vries had ridden Nymphea Du Paon to an authoritative win on her Emirates debut two weeks ago in the Listed Abu Dhabi Championship.
I don't see either of us denying the three goods of marriage but I focus on the changes in the ways that they relate and De Vries emphasises the continuity.
Deftly, Bak clears the scene of all criminal evidence, and deftly De Vries turns his killer-reporter into a journalist assigned to the murder case.
Rodgers sees De Vries, with whom he formed a close friendship during their stints together at Swansea, as serious competition for Pepe Reina.
de Vries explains how gardeners at every level of expertise can dig more deeply into the meaning that gardening holds for them, in order to create a more satisfying experience.
Dutchman de Vries made his first appearance at the Liberty Stadium after he shocked supporters by walking away from South Wales last summer having just won promotion with Brendan Rodgers' men.
Mr de Vries also offered a warning to all tenants: "Unfortunately with this rise, the number of rogue landlords was also high.
Doc Holliday, owned by Al Montasir, trained by Alan Smith and ridden by Adrie De Vries, followed suit winning the race for locally bred horses edging out Kami by a head.
They came from the mouth of Swansea goalkeeper Dorus de Vries as his team prepare for tonight's Championship play-off semi-final.
Vries De Vries was all too aware just how important his contribution was, making saves from Daniel Pacheco and Grant Holt just before Borini's opener then denying Korey Smith twice in the second half when Norwich were piling on the pressure.