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Hague(hāg), The or 's Gra·ven·ha·ge (skrä′vən-hä′gə, sKHrä′vən-hä′KHə)
The de facto capital of the Netherlands, in the western part of the country near the North Sea. The Hague grew around a palace built c. 1250 by William of Holland (1228-1256) and is today the seat of the country's legislature and supreme court and of the International Court of Justice.
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(Placename) The Hague the seat of government of the Netherlands and capital of South Holland province, situated about 3 km (2 miles) from the North Sea. Pop: 464 000 (2003 est). Dutch names: 's Gravenhage or Den Haag
(Biography) William Jefferson. born 1961, British politician; leader of the Conservative party (1997–2001); foreign secretary from 2010; as a writer he is noted for his biography of William Pitt the Younger (2004)
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The, a city in the W Netherlands, near the North Sea: site of the government and the royal residence. 444,313. Dutch, Den Haag , 's Gravenhage. Compare Amsterdam.
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Hague[heɪg] N The Hague → La Haya
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The Hague → La Haye
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Hague[heɪg] n the Hague → l'Aia
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