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geest

(ɡiːst)
n
(Physical Geography) an area of sandy heathland in N Germany and adjacent areas
[C19: Low German Geest dry soil]
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Delivery of an aid service group vehicle hlf 10 for the municipality of moorrege as well as a fire fighting vehicle lf 10 for the municipality neuendeich, Both via the amt geest and marsch sdholstein.
The group behind the breakthrough is from the John van Geest Centre for Brain Repair at the University of Cambridge.
This implies a concrete danger to the unit," said DNV's Offshore Class product manager Michiel van der Geest.
Many still have memories of the Geest boats as they sailed into the port carrying their cargoes from sunnier climes.
In our packaging consumers will find only products of high quality, without any additives or over glazing," said Maarten van Geest, communications manager.
Dutch technical installation firm Batenburg Beheer (AMS:BATEN) said it had completed the acquisition of sector player Dekker Van Geest Installaties, without revealing the purchase price.
De Geest teaches law at Washington University in St.
His early career was in heavy engineering with Rolls-Royce and he then moved into electronics with Motorola prior to moving into food manufacturing with Geest.
Edwin van der Geest, who acts as Hubert's spokesman, confirmed for Swiss news agency SDA that the accusations were against board members Reinhard Zerkowski and Michael Schroeder and chief executive officer Francois Brot.
This was followed by a spell at Geest making fresh pasta and at Hazlewoods, Warrington making Italian cuisine meals.
Three fine works by Van Haecht are brought together for the first time: The Art Cabinet of Cornelis van der Geest (Rubenshuis, Antwerp), Apelles Painting Campaspe (Mauritshuis, The Hague) and Art Cabinet with Anthony van Dyck's 'Mystic Marriage of St Catherine' (Fig.
Tees Dock: City of Lutece, Geest Trader, Norstream.