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dorp

Archaic except in South Africa a small town or village
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From Midland Beach and New Dorp Beach all the way to Orchard Beach and Tottenville, the devastation remains, and it festers, though neighbors are doing everything they can to help one another.
De facon bien plus fondamentale toutefois, la citation de la lettre a Martin Dorp vient dire de la facon la plus directe possible quelque chose que La Bruyere ne tient pas a enoncer lui-meme.
ML: Although your concerns take root in Afrikaans settings and circumstances--the dorp, the Boer War, the history/continuity of the Afrikaans language--critical opinion recognises a 'transcending' dimension to your fiction: transcending nationalistic enclosures, transcending the past, accepting contemporary challenges.
All in all, Dorp have produced a great album that human beings should be proud to rock out to.
Charlotte Darke won two gold medals in Freestyle 1 and Interpretive Rutger Van Dorp won two gold and one bronze in Freestyle 5 Character and Interpretive.
You pass De Wit and Van Dorp Stores (not to mention the ubiquitous Hertz van rentals) on the way to Aruba's capital, Oranjestad.
Die dorp is nie meer wat dit vyf-en-twintig jaar gelede was nie en word letterlik simbool vir die agteruitgang en verval van die SuidAfrikaanse platteland.
This is how he employs it in a letter written shortly after the publication of his biblical translation to one of his critics, the Dutch theologian Martin Dorp.
Light relief is brought to a scary play by Amanda Dufaye as the psychic Helga Ten Dorp, who has an uncanny, and amusing, insight into the extraordinary crimes.
sulfuratus consiste basicamente en frutos y ocasionalmente ingiere materia animal (van Dorp 1985, Remsen et al.
The chronology comprises 161 ring-width series from living trees (up to 300 years old) and snags (oldest tree was more than 668 years old) and spans the period AD 913-2001 (Van Dorp, 2004).