Zeist


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Zeist

(zaɪst; Dutch zɛjst)
n
(Placename) a city in the central Netherlands, near Utrecht. Pop: 60 000 (2003 est)

Zeist

(zaɪst)

n.
a city in the central Netherlands. 59,727.
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The municipality of zeist wants to conclude a framework agreement with a party for tree maintenance and a framework agreement with a party for tree research.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Juniors notched up their second successive win of the European tour routing Schaerweijde club 4-1 in Zeist, Netherlands on Friday.
With him was a second suspect, Al-Amin Khalifa Fhimah, who was cleared in 2001 after the trial at Camp Zeist in Holland.
Al-Megrahi was convicted by a special court at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands of 270 counts of murder for the bombing and was sentenced to life imprisonment in January 2001.
His father was friendly with the Moravian Brethren who lived in the nearby town of Zeist and had regular contacts with them through his business.
According to Hitt, the business combination would bring technology and market synergies chiefly for its QPS unit in Zeist, the Netherlands.
It already petitioned the UN GeneS ral Assembly for an inquiry into the bombing of Pan-Am flight 103 in 1988 which killed 270 people, as well as the trial at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands which saw the Libyan convicted of the atrocity.
A fourth trialist, former Ajax winger Kevin Bobson, 29, will link up with Pools at their base at the Dutch FA in Zeist next week.
It sets out which areas the inquiry should cover, such as the investigation of the destruction of the plane, the Fatal Accident Inquiry into the event, the trial of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi and Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah in Camp Zeist, as well as who should be called to give evidence.
Dr Swire, who attended Megrahi's trial at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands, urged: "Let us stop mulling over the why and wherefore of Megrahi's release.
Abdel Basset Ali Al Megrahi, a Libyan intelligence agent, was convicted of the bombing on 21 January, 2001, at a landmark trial held under Scottish law in a former army base, Camp Zeist, in the Netherlands.