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schout

(ʃaʊt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (formerly) a council officer or sheriff in the Netherlands
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van Oort IM, Schout BM, Kiemeney LA, Hulsbergen CA, Witjes JA.
Similar to the Dutch schout, the [American] prosecutor is a local official of a regional government.
Staden, Fred Van, (2013), "De EU internationale speler met gebreken", in Schout, A.
1998, Howlett and Rayner 2004, Schout and Jordan 2005, Van Gossum et al.
The parties that are key for changing the Dutch stance on Bulgaria and Romania's Schengen entry have solid opinions on the issue, according to Adriaan Schout, Deputy Director of the Netherlands Institute for International Relations.
Mauad T, Hajjar LA, Callergi GD, da Silva LF, Schout D, Galas FR, et al.
The community schout, or sheriff, Roloff Swartout wrote to Stuyvesant in September 1662 that, "the situation here is such that if no precautions are taken we are in great danger of drawing upon us a new war [caused by] selling of liquor to the savages, which, God better it
Schout D, Hajjar LA, Galas FRBG, Uip DE, Levin ASS, Caiaffa-Filho HH, et al.
Aunque algunos autores interpretan a North como alguien que hace la diferenciacion entre las reglas formales y las informales (por ejemplo, Schout, 1991).
They have claimed that the prosecutor descended from the English attorney general, the French procureur publique, and even the Dutch schout.
La importancia de estos efectos paradojicos de la supresion del pensamiento ha quedado patente en los trabajos llevados a cabo con pacientes con TCA (Boon, Stroebe, Schout y Ijntema, 2002; Mann y Ward, 2001) y sugieren la necesidad de disenar intervenciones basadas en estrategias mentales de distraccion mas que de negacion, represion o supresion (e.
In 1488 the carpenter Adriaan van der Berst, "a very bad cryer, having a voice like a bull" ("een zeer quaet crijsschere, hebbende eenen voys ghelijck eenen stier") was appointed amman (a lower judicial function) and substitute of the schout (sheriff) by the rebel leadership.