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stoep

(stʊp)
n
(Building) South African a veranda
[Afrikaans from Dutch]
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Noun1.stoep - small porch or set of steps at the front entrance of a house
porch - a structure attached to the exterior of a building often forming a covered entrance
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An excellent review of how oral disease correlates with systemic health is presented in Mouth Matters; How Your Mouth Ages Your Body and What YOU Can Do About It (2013), by Carol Vander Stoep, RDH.
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In a candid moment, Dutch MEP Daniel van der Stoep showed the journalist his pay slip.
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st] , Dutch EP-member Daniel van der Stoep will argue that The Netherlands shall withdraw themselves from the European Union as soon as possible.
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Indeed, it has been estimated that over half of students who drop out of school have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder (Vander Stoep, Weiss, Kuo, Cheney, & Cohen, 2003).
I sat at a braai last weekend, one of those things that happens on the stoep outside the pub, with everyone partying on beer.
I pass wild cows, sniffing at the sea air and looking reproachful as I step in to The Stoep, a local expat hangout.
The first act is just a tad underwhelming as Coward's seven characters (not, this time, in search of an author, but in search of an exciting play) set out their stalls on the back stoep of Jamaican villa, discovered nothing but selfdisgust) Mostly they discuss love as a failed commodity to the tinkle of iced drinks.