In the UK, Arriva continued to invest in its buses under what it calls a "restructured and refocused" management team, while Arriva Netherlands was awarded a four year [euro]143m contract to operate buses in south east Friesland
This is the pink flowered cousin of Salvia East Friesland
, a reliable perennial for the front of the border.
KG placed an order with Voith Paper for the extension of the pre-drying group of PM 2 at its Weener mill in East Friesland
Pink-flowered 'Eglantyne', for example, is pretty with lower-growing, blue-flowered Salvia nemorosa 'East Friesland
George II pursued Hanoverian territorial interests in neighbouring principalities, especially in Mecklenburg, East Friesland
It is said there were two distinct strains: one that came from the province of Friesland in Holland and the other from East Friesland
in Northern Germany (1530).
Nonetheless, Israel's treatment of context is physical as well as chronological and ideological; he regularly considers events and trends in the southern provinces (Brabant, Flanders, etc.) and the German regions to the east (East Friesland
, the Munsterland, etc.).
Emden, a port in East Friesland
, became a centre for religious and political activism on the part of a confident Calvinist community for several decades.
Implementation of an external regional management according to the standard specifications of the image "Regional Management" of the Lower Saxony Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (as of 05/2015) for the ILE region Middle East Friesland
. (The pattern performance picture "Regional Management" can be downloaded at the following website: http://www.ml.niedersachsen.de/download/96774/Muster-Leistungsbild_Regionalmanagement.pdf)
The speakers include academics from Newcastle University and the Open University, and the sessions will look at Turner's work on the natural history of birds and fishes, the Morpeth that he left behind - including some of the sites that would be recorded in A New Herball in 1551 - and his travels in the Rhineland and East Friesland
They include Euphorbia x martinii, Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' (or East Friesland
), asters, single-flowered Japanese anemones, Hosta 'Francee', Corsican hellebores, and a range of true geraniums ('Ann Folkard', 'Ballerina', and 'Gravetye' top the list).
There was, however, an earlier connection between the Dutch congregation and Eraden; this had been forged by the Countess Anna of East Friesland
, the leading protector of north German Reformed Protestantism during the midsixteenth century, who had appointed Lasco superintendant of East Friesland
in the early 1540s.