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Remscheid

(German ˈrɛmʃait)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia. Pop: 117 717 (2003 est)

Rem•scheid

(ˈrɛm ʃaɪt)

n.
a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, in W Germany, in the Ruhr region. 123,069.
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17) Van Lennep explains that Hecate, having no brothers to support her claim, might have been slighted.
Charles Hart, for example, specialised in portraying princes and kings, John Lacy was typecast as the comic fool, and William Mountfort was the fine gentleman (Van Lennep et al.
Sniderman AD, Furberg CD, Keech A, Roeters van Lennep JE, Frohlich J, Jungner I, Walldius G.
Lauren Day Smith and Brandon Wayne Lennep were united in marriage at six o'clock in the evening on April 20, 2013, at Plantation Commons in Madison.
Wayne Lennep, a volunteer with the Mississippi Coast Guard Honor Flight group, said the trip had been planned for months for a group of 91 veterans as well as family members and escorts.
A late-18th-century transitional commode, bought most probably by David van Lennep for his country house of Huis te Manpad, Heemstede, through the Amsterdam dealer Pieter Uylenburg, is exemplary of the way Parisian furniture was esteemed.
Glorie 1996, 1999, 2004 en 2010) Het is heel goed denkbaar dat het gedachtegoed van het Nederlandse culturele nationalisme (en daarmee indirect ook dat van de Europese Romantiek, met name de Duitse Idealistische filosofie) via bijvoorbeeld de historische romans van Jacob van Lennep of de beschouwingen van Potgieter en Busken Huet naar Zuid-Afrika is overgewaaid en dat dit het Afrikaner-nationalistische discours heeft aangevuld en versterkt.
Set along the museum's waterfront, the day's activities include a mix of indoor and outdoor activities, including screenings of Maryland Public Television's Chesapeake Bay Week programming in the museum's Van Lennep Auditorium.
Helmut Marko and Gijs van Lennep were the first to cross the finishing line in 1971's 24-hour classic.
And once again, a Porsche 917 was victorious at the Le Mans 24-Hour race -- this time with Gijs van Lennep and Dr.
Thomas Southerne (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981), 87-88; and William Van Lennep, ed.