De Vries


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De Vries

(də vrēs′), Hugo Marie 1848-1935.
Dutch botanist who studied evolution by observing mutations rather than natural selection. He was an early proponent of the works of Gregor Mendel.
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That wasn't the case when de Vries first hooked up with the right-back during his time at Ibrox.
De Vries was also quick to put his hands up and said that he "blundered".
As a coach, de Vries custom-tailors lessons and assignments for each client, designing an approach that allows them to rediscover and focus on the things that really matter to them, restores meaning to their gardening efforts, and revitalizes a cherished pastime.
Yet, in a surreal afternoon, it wasn't enough for Swansea to claim the win as Wolves came back from the dead - and de Vries said he now aims to do the same next season as he accused some fans of forgetting his role in the club's rise.
But Dutchman de Vries, who kept his 18th Championship clean sheet of the season, was also to thank for two crucial double saves.
Dutchman de Vries needed several minutes of treatment after the second-half lunge by Becchio in Swansea's 2-1 defeat at Elland Road.
De Vries will spend the summer back in his native Netherlands having failed to make Bert van Marwijk's 23-man South Africa-bound squad.
In The Industrious Revolution, Jan de Vries suggests that since 1650, English, Dutch, and French consumption has occurred primarily in the context of households (defined broadly to include nuclear families, servants, and migrant workers); and argues that the manner in which these households allocated their resources to maximize productive output (notably, the labour time of the individual members, the money earned through labour, the household time and labour used to transform purchased goods into consumables, deemed "Z-commodities," and the leisure time necessary to consume those commodities) is central to the understanding of consumer behaviour.
De Vries had saved Johnson's first effort, but referee Keith Hill ordered a retake, ruling the keeper was off his line.
The company is very keen on environmental issues, We believe that eventually people will pay a little bit more money and will start buying products which do not pollute the environment," asserted Ilan de Vries, CEO.
He was born in Whitinsville, the son of the late Andrew and Wilhelmina (De Boer) De Vries.