piet


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piet

(ˈpaɪət)
n
1. (Animals) a magpie
2. a gossip or talkative person
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With over 30 years of experience in the food processing industry, Piet has worked for a number of leading equipment manufacturers as well as setting up his own businesses.
Piet van Bakergem commented: "We are confident this union with MECET will reinforce our joint position in the construction machinery and crawler crane market for the UAE territory.
Responding to a question, Piet informed that the CEM maintained a "Red List of Ecosystems" which was compiled using the same scientific rigor and process as that of the IUCN Red List of Species.
Many buyers have already expressed interest in designing their Oosten home with Piet Boon furniture and fixtures," said John Liang, managing director of XIN.
Remi Piet is Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Diplomacy and International Political Economy Department of International Affairs College of Arts and Sciences Qatar University, Doha, Qatar.
Piet told her: "I am keeping your letter on my piano.
In his reply Piet told her: "I am keeping your little letter on my piano.
In fact, the Dutch have a Piet for many functions: there is a "Hoofdpiet" or Head Piet; a "Wegwijspiet" or Navigation Piet, who is supposed to be the navigator of the steamboat from Spain to the Netherlands; and there is "Pakjespiet" or Packing Piet who packs the gifts.
In 1986 het Piet Roodt en Elize Botha my genader om deel van Tydskrif vir Letterkunde se skakelredaksie te word.
This endeavour expanded and ultimately resulted in Piet accepting a full-time post as lecturer in Family Medicine in the then Department of Community Medicine--a post which he filled with distinction until his retirement.
The collection also featured some fantastic designs by Talila Abraham, an Israeli designer, using laser-cut steel to make lace-like but sturdy challah baskets and mezuzot; Piet Cohen's industrial but brightly-colored washing cups; and household-names Karim Rashid and Jonathan Adler's menorahs.
Fighting depression and questioning his purpose in life on a soul-searching vacation in Spain and France, Piet returns to the Netherlands and receives an intriguing call from Berlin offering him big money for his sleuthing services.