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Wa`ter`land´er


n.1.(Eccl. Hist.) One of a body of Dutch Anabaptists who separated from the Mennonites in the sixteenth century; - so called from a district in North Holland denominated Waterland.
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Zitcom is supported by the international private equity fund Waterland, which has invested heavily in the Danish hosting industry through multiple local acquisitions.
The investment advisor is solely owned by Waterland Securities Corporation (WSC; BBB/A+(twn)/Stable), which is 58%-owned by and is a consolidated entity of Waterland Financial Holdings (BBB/A+(twn)/Stable).
The space rock was filmed coming down in a streak through the air and then went through a roof in the Dutch village Broek in Waterland, which is near Amsterdam, on Jan.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 9, 2017-Enhesa gets growth capital from Waterland Private Equity Investments
Acquisition and capex finance - Waterland Private Equity We advised Netherlands-based Waterland Private Equity on the refinancing of Ballast Phoenix to support its acquisition of the business and its ongoing growth.
The topics include the swamp: waterland of the semi-wild, ecological imperialism on the North-West Australian coast, fishing communities in 18th-century Iceland: an interdisciplinary case study from Vestfirdir, the Arctic Ocean as an outdoor laboratory: how the First International Polar Year expanded the visual perception of the Arctic, and from oceans through islands to mountains: creating the "correspondence principle.
In Plymouth and Canton schools, two novels are assigned to senior Advanced Placement (AP) students: Waterland (Poseidon Press, 1983) by Graham Swift and Beloved (Knopf, 1987) by Toni Morrison.
NNA - Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Gibran Bassil, inaugurated the new water park in Waterland resort in the town of Ardeh in Zgharta, whereby he lauded the will power of the Lebanese people who have clung to their homeland despite all their suffering.
It is part of this year's drink and drug drive campaign which is backed by Margaret Waterland, whose husband David, 68, of Wareham, was killed by a drink-driver in Dorset last year.
Turning the Stones is the story of Em Smith, brought to the Cheshire countryside by Mrs Waterland, from, Em is told, the Foundling hospital.
Turning the Stones is the story of Em Smith, brought to Cheshire countryside by Mrs Waterland, from, Em is told, the Foundling hospital.
SeeNews) - Feb 12, 2014 - Belgo-Dutch private equity firm Waterland is in advanced talks to take over bakery group Diversi Foods, part of Belgian holding company Unimar, De Tijd daily reported Tuesday.