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Malines:

see MechelenMechelen
, 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.

malines

[mə′lēn]
(textiles)
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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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.
Y fue el mismisimo Cheick Tidiani Seek apodado (o reverenciado, segun) tambien "el Buda negro", "el rey de los teclados" y "Guerrero de la paz", quien nos ofrecio esta Fiesta Mandengue en la que se hizo acompanar por un grupo de especialistas en sus respectivos instrumentos provenientes de varias partes del planeta como la imponente Awa Sangho, cuya voz tiene ese dejo tan peculiar de las cantantes africanas para sus tonadas, a la que, en la voz masculina secundo Kabinet Kouyate y, en la bateria el estadunidense Marque Gilmore, en la guitarra el malines Guimba Kouyate, el percusionista mexicano Daniel Moreno, y en el bajo Cabin Kandia Kouyate.
A traumatic reading of twentieth-century rhetorical theory: The Belgian Holocaust, Malines, Perelman, and de Man.
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
Para tanto, serao examinados historicamente a estrutura politica do Estado malines desde tempos pre-coloniais ate sua independencia.
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.
The Netherlands had a pivotal effect on Cranach when he sojourned at Margaret of Austria's Burgundian-Hapsburg court in Malines in 1508.
a-thrill with recent memories of Louvain and Malines, of Rheims and Ypres,--and of the Lusitania.
Owner Granville Reynolds purchased James Pollard only seven weeks ago and it proved third time lucky in his colours as the five-year-old under Andrew Heffernan stretched away from Josephine Malines to land the apprentice handicap.