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Graaf

(grahf),
Reijnier de, Dutch physiologist and histologist, 1641-1673. See: graafian follicle.
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EDWIN DE GRAAF was sold on Hibs when watching the crazy 6-6 draw at Motherwell - but is desperate to avoid an action replay on Sunday.
A shot by Stokes from outside the box deflected off team-mate de Graaf and crept inside the post.
De Graaf was given an attacking midfield role by gaffer Hughes with licence to bomb on and support Hibs' strikers.
The Tacoma School District last fall banned recess in elementary schools, de Graaf says, "to maximize instruction time to prepare the children to compete in the global economy.
Reinier (also spelled Regner and Regnier) de Graaf (1641-1673), in a short but extremely productive life, made remarkable contributions to medicine.
Selventa[TM], a biomarker discovery company that enables personalized healthcare, today announced that David de Graaf, Selventa's President and Chief Executive Officer, has been selected as one of PharmaVOICE Magazine's "100 Most Inspiring People in the Life Sciences.
We want employees to take their vacations as if their lives depended on it," added De Graaf, "because they just might.
And now she faces Aileen De Graaf in the next round of the Daily Mirror World Trophy after the Dane beat Rachna David 4-2 last night.
EDWIN DE GRAAF has got up close and personal with both Rangers and PSV Eindhoven this season - and reckons the Ibrox side can kiss their Europa League dream goodbye.
And Hughes' troops only had themselves to blame for the latest failure with Derek Riordan missing a penalty and Edwin De Graaf blowing an open goal before Inverness levelled nine minutes from time.
US Embassy Press and cultural attachA Rachel Graaf informed participants about the crisis and the measures the US and other nations are taking to combat this catastrophe.