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Hendrik van, Dutch obstetrician, 1651-1724. See: Deventer pelvis.
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Set to be positioned as a key European center for the most demanding chemistry and technology (chemtech), the Deventer Open Innovation Center is backed by a seven-year agreement with the municipality of Deventer and is being supported by the Restructuring Company Overijssel and the Province of Overijssel, who together are investing more than 25 million.
To date, the Deventer site has treated six skin cancer patients with Esteya and anticipates treating 15 patients with Esteya in Deventer this year.
Van Deventer is an experienced coach and was recently director of rugby at Waterloo, where he took their first XV from potential relegation to strong top-four finishes in National League Three North for the last three seasons.
While AkzoNobel intends to phase out the production of chemicals at Deventer, the site's regional R&D and Technology Center will remain in full operation, employing approximately 235 personnel.
But Rovers fans were involved in serious disturbances in Deventer
As a result, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has acted quickly to name Salland CC in Deventer the new venue for the second 50-over match of the fourth round of the Championship between the Netherlands and the UAE, due to be played on July 23.
We need to return to winning ways as soon as possible but this is not going to be easy, Deventer stated.
Sewlall said Van Deventer arrived at the Morningside Medi-Clinic entubated, heavily sedated and unresponsive with a fine macular rash on her trunk and upper arms--and with a 'classic tickbite' on her right foot.
Park moved further ahead on 49 minutes when Deventer grabbed his second try.
Hennie van Deventer "reports that I am now venturing a book in English.
Grace ``Virginia'' Van Deventer, a Eugene native, will celebrate her 100th birthday Sept.

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