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Goossens

(ˈɡuːsənz)
n
1. (Biography) Sir Eugene. 1893–1962, British composer and conductor, born in Belgium
2. (Biography) his brother, Leon. 1896–1988, British oboist
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New research by Sander Goossens, associate research scientist at UMBCs Center for Space Science and Technology, and colleagues offers a fresh perspective on a question of universal importance.
Synopsis: Goossens is one of the most prestigious names in haute couture jewelry of the last half century.
Opposite: Spiked collar, Goossens for Alexandre Vauthier.
After World War II, the Goossens (like many farmers) were buying surplus bombers for the same as scrap.
Salveo bought 900,000 common shares from Cryo-Save's chairman Johan Goossens as well as 1.
Dr Benoit Goossens swapped the lab at Cardiff University's School of Biosciences to spend the last six years in the jungle in Sabah, Malaysia.
SWANSEA CITY have agreed a deal with Dutch club NEC Nijmegen for the transfer of John Goossens.
SWANSEA CITY have confirmed their interest in bringing Dutch midfielder John Goossens to the Liberty Stadium next month.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines on Monday announced plans to serve meals by Flemish chef Peter Goossens in World Business Class from 1 December 2011.
The Cardiff team - led by Dr Benoit Goossens - is thought to be the first to study the primate in depth, and managed to capture and radio-collar a loris - nicknamed Krik - in June, which will be tracked for up to three months.
Mary-Anne Goossens, a 48-year-old Dutch mother of two, was spotted by a group of hikers on Wednesday nearly three weeks after she set off on a hike alone during a holiday to Andalusia.
The man said that his action was aimed at the royal family," said prosecutor Ludo Goossens.