Voorhoeve

Voor·hoev·e

(vōr-hōv'ă),
N., Dutch radiologist, 1879-1927. See: Voorhoeve disease.
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In July 1995, Joris Voorhoeve was the Dutch minister of defense.
51) I would like to thank Stephanie Collins, Ryan Cox, Fred Feldman, Chris Heathwood, Pablo de Lora, Michael Otsuka, Philip Pettit, Rosa Terlazzo, Alex Voorhoeve and two anonymous referees for this journal for their helpful comments and suggestions.
Voorhoeve, translated by Tammi Reichel and published by Dial Books, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.
Nato air strikes hit two Serbian tanks, but Dutch Defence Minister Joris Voorhoeve requested they were suspended after receiving "terror threats" from the Serbs.
van Haastregt JC, Diederiks JP, Van Rossum E, De Witte LP, Voorhoeve PM, Crebolder HF.
Liber Amicorum Bert Voorhoeve, Connie Baak, Dick van der Meij, and Mary Bakker (eds.
Voorhoeve R, Moll FL, DeLetter J AM, et al: Primary aortoenteric fistula: report of eight new cases and review of the literature.
Kritische kanttekeningen bij het tweede eeuwfeest van de Franse revolutie (Kampen: Kok Voorhoeve, 1990), 50.
He was speaking after brief talks with Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok, Foreign Minister Hans van Mierlo and Defence Minister Jorris Voorhoeve.
Voorhoeve, as well as studies on Mon literature, Tangut linguistics, Old Khmer syntax, and Chinese sources on Tambralinga history found in precious few other sources.
It was around this time that he and Voorhoeve wrote a proposal for a research project on the syntactic development of Sranan, which was carried out by the editor under Pieter's supervision.

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