North Brabant

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North Brabant

(Placename) a province of the S Netherlands: formed part of the medieval duchy of Brabant. Capital: 's Hertogenbosch. Pop: 2 400 000 (2003 est). Area: 4965 sq km (1917 sq miles). Dutch name: Noordbrabant

North′ Brabant′

a province in the S Netherlands. 2,156,280; 1965 sq. mi. (5090 sq. km). Cap.: 's Hertogenbosch.
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On 10 May 1940, the day of the German invasion, 30-year-old Leendert van Vliet served with the Steenbergen (North Brabant) brigade of the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee.
(%) deer Province counted ([dagger]) Drenthe 10,728 (16) Flevoland 2,358 (4) Friesland 6,217 (10) Gelderland 10,687 (16) Groningen 4,649 (7) Limburg 4,674 (7) North Brabant 9,618 (15) North Holland ([section]) 935 (1) Overijssel 9,933 (16) South Holland 1,103 (2) Utrecht 2,485 (4) Zealand ([section]) 1,293 (2) Total 64,680 (100) No.
On September 24, Lt Col Silvertop stood near the brigade commander and several other senior officers in the centre of the village of Sint Anthonis in North Brabant, in Holland.
Synopsis: Jheronimus van Aken (1450 - 1516) was born and lived in the Dutch city of 's-Hertogenbosch (Bois-le-Duc) in North Brabant; in signing himself "Jheronimus Bosch" he linked his fame to his native city.
He died near Waalwijk, North Brabant, and there he lay until 2010.
In which country would you find the province of North Brabant? 6.
The company, which is believed to be Selten's meat works, based in the province of North Brabant, allegedly bought 300 tons of horse meat from the Netherlands, Britain and Ireland from 2011-2012 and sold it on as beef, prosecutors said in a statement obtained by the AP.
VISIT eight theme parks for free when you book a mobile home or camping holiday this summer through Vacansoleil in the North Brabant region of Holland.
By the late 1940s, Dutch brewing was once again on its feet, with most brewers operating in the southern provinces of Limburg and North Brabant. These old family brewers continued to make a few top-fermented ales, but in the 1950s they either failed to make a go of it or were bought up by Heineken, a brewery uninterested in ales and small brewery operations.
Prices also declined in Greece for all standard consumers (-9.3%).The highest rises corresponded to the Netherlands for 1.2 MWh anually to 7.5 MWh annually (between +10.7% and +35.4%) in Rotterdam and for 600 kWh annually (+13.9%), 1.2 MWh annually (+12.5%) and 20 MWh annually (+12.7%) in North Brabant. Other important increases were recorded in Italy for 600 kWh annually (+21.5%) and 1.2 MWh annually (+13.5%).Industry.Industrial consumers, in most of the EU countries for which data are available, also witnessed a drop in electricity prices.
Don Kalb's important study of a predominantly Catholic working-class population of North Brabant in twentieth-century Holland casts light on issues of class quiescence of considerable contemporary relevance.
The main rises were recorded in UK for 1.25 GWh (+5.1%) and 2 GWh (+5.6%) in London and for 10 GWh (+9.3%) in Birmingham as well as in the Netherlands for 160 MWh (+4.2%) in North Brabant.

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