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A wet sea fog or very fine drizzle which drifts in from the sea in coastal districts of eastern Scotland and northeastern England; it occurs most frequently in summer.
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A community for teachers who use honors education as labs for educational innovations and for other teachers could facilitate the spread of successful innovations throughout the institution, (see Otto, Van Haaren & De Kruif)
Already friends through school, Fricker and van Haaren would often spend time at a local rooftop bar on the weekend, discussing startups and clean energy, subjects the two are both very interested in.
DEME is jointly owned by CFE and Ackermans & Van Haaren.
2 billion riyals ($330 million) this year, said Frank Elskens, area director of its Belgian parent, which itself is owned jointly by Ackermans & van Haaren NV and Cie.
Stephen Warnock and co were caught napping when Ricky Van Haaren played in Castaignos for his close-range finish and referee Bruno Paixao ignored the offside appeals.
HOLLAND: Zoet, Van Rhijn, Najah, Indi, Clasie, Bacuna, Van Haaren, Sneijder, Berghuis (Van la Parra 75), Castaignos (Ebiclio 72 ) , Cabral (Jozefzoone, 89)
Literature on rural and remote area nursing services in Australia, for example, shows falling numbers, high turnover and an ageing workforce but also the active development of recruitment and retenti on strategies (Hegney et al 2002a; 2002b; 2002c; Hegney and McCarthy 2000; van Haaren and Williams 2000; Witham 2000).
Hoy JB, Cornell JA, Karlix JL, Schmidt CJ, Tebbett IR, van Haaren F.
This is evident not only in non-reproductive behaviours in intact animals, such as the inhibitory avoidance learning task (Everss, Arenas, Vinader-Caerols, Monleon, & Parra, 2005; Heinsbroek, Van Haaren, & Van de Poll, 1988; Monleon, Casino, Vinader-Caerols, & Arenas, 2001; Monleon, Urquiza, Arenas, Vinader-Caerols, & Parra, 2002), but also in subjects under the effects of drugs (Arenas et al.
We thankfully acknowledge Lucille Berry-Haseth, Charles Gomes Casseres, Esther van Haaren of the Biblioteca Mongui Maduro of Curacao, Jay Haviser of the Department of Education of the Netherlands Antilles, Jean Henriquez (Centraal Historisch Archief, Curacao), Debbie Joubert, and Michael Studemund-Halevy (Institut fur die Geschichte deutscher Juden, Hamburg), as well as members of the Comunidade Portuguesa of Curacao for their cooperation and assistance in providing data and information.
We thank Stephen Haworth, Frans van Haaren, and the graduate and undergraduate students who assisted in running various aspects of the studies.