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Graaf

(grahf),
Reijnier de, Dutch physiologist and histologist, 1641-1673. See: graafian follicle.
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With the Van der Graaf Intelligent Drum Motor design, the rotor is magnetically self-induced by the use of permanent magnets installed on the rotor body.
alongside van de Graaf, whose first poetry collection is forthcoming this year.
De Graaf commented: "If I could say it was about one thing, I would say it's about staying close to the guests, that is very important- That means getting out into the hotel and meeting with them and talking with them.
| Many artists claim to have been inspired by the music of Van der Graaf Generator, including John Lydon and Julian Cope.
A Dyfed-Powys Police spokeswoman said: "A multi-agency search for Agnes de Graaf is being conducted and is ongoing."
Marie de Graaf worked since 2009 as project manager for and is one of the founders of Green Giraffe, a specialist advisory boutique focused on the renewable energy sector.
Professor van der Graaf is a leader in QSP, holds several patents in the field of target discovery, and has authored more than 100 scientific papers and book chapters in the area of quantitative and translational pharmacology.
Three-time champion Anastasia Dobromyslova (below) progressed to the semi-finals in the women's event after defeating Zoe Jones 2-0 while Fallon Sherrock also moved through to the last four following a sudden-death victory over Aileen de Graaf.
De Graaf has made extensive use of the transcripts of the discussions that have survived; collectively, these give a fascinating picture of American musical life between the wars, a musical culture that, as the author notes, "...
Speaking on the sidelines of the recent 10th World Islamic Economic Forum 2014 in Dubai, de Graaf told Khaleej Times that architecture has a tradition that is older than the word "sustainability".