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Hoogh

(Dutch hoːx)
n
(Biography) See (Pieter de) Hooch

Hoogh

(Du. hoʊx)

n.
Pieter de, Hooch, Pieter de.
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However, LUR models provided good predictions of historical N[O.sub.2] concentrations across the United Kingdom ([R.sub.2] = 0.67) and good predictions of [PM.sub.10] concentrations within a 400-km radius of the initial ESCAPE study area ([R.sub.2] = 0.53) (Gulliver and de Hoogh 2015).
The switch paid instant dividends and, with Gilling, Kees de Hoogh and Duckett all on song, Riga cruised home 25-17.
Danielle Vienneau, [1,2] Kees de Hoogh, [1,2] Dimitri Hauri, [3,4] Ana M.
The third set was equally emphatic as captain Tom Young and Kees de Hoogh masterminded Docklands' 25-15 demise and in the fourth, despite being pushed hard by the visitors, finished 25-22 ahead to secure the contest.
Riga made a flying start to take the first set 25-15 with Kees de Hoogh, John Gilling and Tom Young all making telling contributions.
But grit and determination forced Riga back into contention,and de Hoogh's attacking character gave them a string of set points to settle the match at 29-27.
Eeftens M, Beelen R, de Hoogh K, Bellander T, Cesaroni G, Cirach M, et al.
However, there have also been controversies in the literature of ethical leadership with regard to its effective measurement (Kalshoven, Den Hartog, and De Hoogh, 2011).
Therefore, de Hoogh, den Hartog & Koopman (2004) indicate that charismatic leadership concerns making employees put in more efforts to achieve organizational goals.
(2005), Kalshoven, Den Hartog and De Hoogh (2011), Tummers and Knies (2016) and Cegarra-Navarro and Sanchez-Polo (2008).