Leerdam


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Leerdam

(lârdäm`), town (1994 pop. 20,235), South Holland prov., S central Netherlands. It is famous for its glassware and ceramics.
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It supplies tabletop products in over 100 countries under its global brand portfolio such as its namesake brand and Libbey Signature, Masters Reserve, Crisa, Royal Leerdam, World Tableware, Syracuse China, and Crisal Glass.
van Leerdam ME: Epidemiology of acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding.
In the dining room-cum-library are crystal glasses made by Royal Leerdam.
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The visitors are boosted by the availability of centre-back Guram Kashia and utility man Kelvin Leerdam and have won their last three meetings with Ajax.
See Leerdam v Noori, [2009] NSWCA 90, Spigelman CJ ("[i]n almost all cases the answer will be obvious" at para 3).
The Magpies have also been credited with an interest in Vitesse's Kelvin Leerdam, who can play anywhere in defence, or as a defensive mdifielder.
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Executive chairman Maarten Leerdam said the company appreciated the "significance of acquiring a part of British heritage".