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, Fr. Malines, commune (1991 est. pop. 75,000), Antwerp prov., N central Belgium, on the Dijle River. In English it is also known as Mechlin. It is a commercial, industrial, and transportation center and was formerly a famous lace-making center.
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, Belgium.
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Bobbin lace which has a design outlined by a lustrous thread on a fine six-sided mesh ground.
A sheer, hexagonal-mesh fabric. Also known as tulle.
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The former hotelier and author, who was 23 at the time, said: "I was in Malines when the car drew up.
One area which offered to take refugees was Birkenhead, with 52 - some 37 adults and 15 children belonging to a total of 15 families from the Malines area - arriving in the town at the beginning of October, most of them with nothing more than the clothes they stood up in.
(18) <<E fresca ancora la memoria della bella e commovente lettera che nel Natale del 1914 scriveva agli afflitti fedeli, e certo non per portarli a "imprecare" o a "disperarsi", ma per indurli alla penitenza e confortarli, l'illustre arcivescovo di Malines, il Cardinal Mercier: "O intelligenza superba, tu pensavi di non aver bisogno di Dio!
A traumatic reading of twentieth-century rhetorical theory: The Belgian Holocaust, Malines, Perelman, and de Man.
He was born in Mechelen (Malines), Belgium about 1490 and died there in 1565.
He was also influenced by Dom Lambert Beauduin, an important figure in the liturgical movement, whose then-controversial essay on Catholic-Anglican relations played an influential role in the unofficial Anglican-Catholic ecumenical dialogues that took place at Malines (1921-1927), Belgium, with the support of Cardinal Desire-Joseph Mercier.
When Margaret of Austria, Regent of Flanders, sent Admiral Philip from her court at Malines (or Mechelen in Flemish) as an envoy to Pope Julius IT in Rome, he took Mabuse with him.