groof

groof

(ɡruːf)
n
the face or the front of the body
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Ambassador De Groof lauded the efforts and role of Qatar just after the siege in June last year moving from neighbouring states towards self-sufficiency and relaxation in investments, adding that Belgium, being a high-tech state, is ready to provide its expertise in Qatar's drive towards sustainable projects and farms.
De Groof said Belgium is an ideal country for investments because of its open economy and ease of doing business as well as its geographical location, along with excellent transport by air, sea, railways, roads and pipelines, thus making it an ideal centre for distributing products and services throughout Europe.
de Groof A, Deijs M, Guelen L, van Grinsven L, van Os-Galdos L, Vogels W, et al.
com)-- Global professional services group Russell Bedford International has added De Groof Accountants en Adviseurs B.
de Groof EJ, Cabral VN, Buskens CJ, Morton DG, Hahnloser D, Bemelman W A: research committee of the European Society of Coloproctology.
De Groof, Application of magnetron sputtering for producing ceramic coatings on implant materials, Clin Oral Imp Res, 4, 8-34 (1993).
De Groof, "De bescherming van de ideologische en filosofische strekkingen.
Bart De Groof and Belgium Trade and Investment Commissioner, Ms.
Jan De Groof (College of Europe, Belgium), and Cara Stillings Candal (The Center for Better Schools).
La obra de Glenn y Groof (2003) establece los polos de la politica educativa que hay que armonizar.
In The Myth of the Common School (originally a second dissertation, under Berger, by this already important educational policy specialist, 1998); The Ambiguous Embrace: Government and Faith-Based Schools and Social Agencies (2001); and his continuing series of books written with his Belgian colleague Jan de Groof on educational freedom throughout the world, Glenn has developed and applied a powerful sociological mode of analysis indebted to Berger and the neo-Calvinist Abraham Kuyper in defense of the rights of parents, religious groups, and other nongovernmental groups to conduct educational and charitable institutions that help to keep.