Kaart van den Indischen Archipel, tusschen Sumatra en Nova Guinea, zoomede de Westkust van Hollandia
However, for four weeks ahead of Passover, Hollandia
also produces kosher-for-Passover matzah, which "costs more to make than what we get for it," Heijs said.
Agarwal, "Development of a rapid multiplex PCR assay for identification of the three common hemoglobin-lepore variants (Boston-Washington, Baltimore, and Hollandia
) and identification of a new lepore variant," American Journal of Hematology, vol.
Since the company's inception in 1970, Hollandia
Produce has grown to be the largest greenhouse grower of hydroponic lettuce in the Western U.S., say company officials.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 20, 2016-Mosaic Capital leads investment in Hollandia
forces began invading Japanese-held New Guinea with amphibious landings at Hollandia
After leaving the Neshoba, Dad reported to the USS Hollandia
(CVE-97) for transportation to his next duty station and then finished his Pacific tour aboard the USS Catoctin (AGC-5).
Five days after V-E Day that celebrated the end of the war in Europe, the C-47, called the Gremlin Special, left the base in Hollandia
on New Guinea's northern coast about 2:15 p.m.
, the famous historic mansion situated in the heart of Cannes, was designed to the request of Francesco III Grand Duke of Melcklembourg-Schwerin, who sought peace in this beautiful area, later named „Cote d'Azur” by the writer Stephen Liegeard.
Deborah Little writes of that time through the eyes of letters between her parents while her dad was stationed in Hollandia
, New Guinea and Manila, Philippines Island from November, 1944 to December, 1945.
Produce, the Carpinteria, Calif.-based grower of Live Gourmet and Grower Pete's brands, recently revealed that all of its living-lettuce and living-cress products are now Non-GMO Project Verified.
Bowdoin Van Riper, and Robert Weiner look at mockumentaries that present stories of fictional individuals such as Fae Richards, a forgotten black character actor from the 1930s, fictional organizations such as the "Negro American Space Society of Astronauts," and fictional events such as the failed Hollandia
expedition to Antarctica.