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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Implementing agency : Gemeenten Giessenlanden, Leerdam en Zederik
Monique van Leerdam, from the Netherlands Cancer Institute.
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.
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.
Maarten Leerdam, of Intersnack, said his company aimed to grow KP's "iconic brands".
Executive chairman Maarten Leerdam said the company appreciated the "significance of acquiring a part of British heritage".
She first came into contact with the material when Thimo te Duits, Curator of the Netherlands' National Glass Museum in Leerdam, ask her to design an object of the year for the museum.
Former European Cup winners Feyenoord had Kelvin Leerdam sent off after 34 minutes but there was no hint of the drubbing in store for the visitors at half-time when they trailed 2-0.
FEYENOORD (4-4-2): Dijk, Fernandez (De Vrij 76), Wijnaldum, Indi, Auassar (Fer 72), Mokotjo, Haaren, Leerdam, Castaignos, Cabral, Lumb.
Other attractions at the festival include the Bhutanese Galem gi Lu ( Galem's Song) in Dzongkha, directed by Caroline Esther van Leerdam and Tshering Gyeltshen.
loftini had established itself as a serious pest in the LRGV and populations subsequently spread into the rice production region of Texas along the Gulf Coast (Johnson & van Leerdam 1981, Browning et al.
1987) (discussing the fact that an attorney is not ethically permitted to coach a client during a break in the client's cross examination); Leerdam v.