Wilhelmina


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Wil·hel·mi·na

 (wĭl′ə-mē′nə, vĭl′hĕl-) 1880-1962.
Queen of the Netherlands (1890-1948) who sought refuge in England during World War II but continued to encourage the Dutch resistance. In 1948 she abdicated in favor of her daughter Juliana.
Translations
Vilhelmine
Wilhelmine
Vilhelmiina
GuglielmaGuglielmina
Vilhelmina
References in classic literature ?
Are you willing, Wilhelmina, to share my ignorance?
To you they said, 'How do you do, Wilhelmina, Crimsworth?
Managing and delivering to the External book fund of Queen Wilhelmina College.
European Wax Center and Wilhelmina Models are holding a nationwide model search.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Wilhelmina International, Inc.
The Queen Wilhelmina State Park Lodge near Mena was set to reopen in 2013, but after construction delays due to weather and contractor issues, the lodge is now set to reopen in spring 2015.
Giovanni Capriglione, Byron Cook, Donna Howard, Jeff Leach, Jim Pitts and David Simpson; Democratic attorney general nominee Sam Houston; and Texas Ethics Commissioners Jim Clancy, Wilhelmina Delco and Chase Untermeyer.
MODELS: MALIN SVENSSON, WITH NEXT MODEL MANAGEMENT, ANDRE COSTA WITH WILHELMINA MODELS.
com)-- CASTINGHUB member, Rohan Alexander, is the newest addition to Wilhelmina Models.
Eight-year-old Wilhelmina loves to listen to her favorite classical music from morning till night, but no one understands why.
Wilhelmina Quaye, Senior Research Scientist with Food Nutrition and Socio-Economics Division
Carl Brook and staff at Brooklands Nurseries, Scholes, are delighted that Wilhelmina the wallaby has given birth to a healthy young joey.