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Egmont

(ˈɛɡmɒnt)
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(Placename) Mount Egmont an extinct volcano in New Zealand, in W central North Island in the Egmont National Park: an almost perfect cone. Height: 2518 m (8261 ft). Official name: Mount Taranaki

Egmont

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(Biography) Lamoral (lamoˈral), Count of Egmont, Prince of Gavre. 1522–68, Flemish statesman and soldier. He attempted to secure limited reforms and religious tolerance in the Spanish government of the Netherlands, refused to join William the Silent's rebellion, but was nevertheless executed for treason by the Duke of Alva
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I changed my plans, joined him, served under him in the campaigns he made, was present at the deaths of the Counts Egmont and Horn, and was promoted to be ensign under a famous captain of Guadalajara, Diego de Urbina by name.
Two days afterwards, on the seventh of December, they anchored at Fort Egmont, in the same island, where they remained four days taking in water and making repairs.
He stood for half an hour in the crowded square before this edifice, in imminent danger from carriage-wheels, listening to a toothless old cicerone mumble in broken English the touching history of Counts Egmont and Horn; and he wrote the names of these gentlemen--for reasons best known to himself--on the back of an old letter.
Ah, there's a great deal to be said for that plan-- indeed I think my uncle Egmont used to say he found it less agitating not to read the morning papers till after dinner," said Mrs.
What would uncle Egmont have said of Lawrence Lefferts's pronouncing on anybody's social position?
To meet the standards of Egmont membership, an FIU must be a centralized unit within a nation or jurisdiction established to detect criminal financial activity and ensure adherence to laws against financial crimes, including terrorism financing and money laundering.
The Egmont Key Shipping Channel, nicknamed "The Ditch," has a long history of producing monster kingfish.
The Bank of Namibia advised last week that Namibia has officially become a member of the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units in Lima, Peru, at the beginning of June.
Every 15 seconds, the lighthouse on Egmont Key completes a rotation, reminding everyone in the area--commuters crossing the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, residents at home around Tampa Bay, ships out on the Gulf of Mexico--about the 250-acre island at the mouth of the bay.
The observers include the World Bank, IMF, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), Egmont Group, and Anti-Money Laundering & Combating of Financing of Terrorism Group.
Meanwhile, Captain John Byron for Britain settled at Port Egmont in 1765.
V Cape Egmont is expected to sail on Wednesday afternoon.