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(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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Ten months later the two players in question, Angel Rangel and Dorus de Vries, are set to line up against each other for the first time and the contrast in their fortunes could not be greater.
But de Vries' agent last night insisted the deal is not dead in the water as first thought.
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I thank everyone for their support during my stay at the club," Kaizer Chiefs website quoted Vries. (ANI)
De Vries said he and Ricksen were in Scotland for a fan meet and greet at Rangers when he collapsed.
"We believe it's the time to step up and lean into this issue," De Vries said, adding that plans are in the works for a fall conference that would focus on the topic in greater detail.
Mining is a question of economics, so that's how de Vries arrived at his final estimate of Bitcoin power consumption.
The morning session opened under overcast conditions and slightly cooler temperatures than seen for the last two days, with de Vries clearly enjoying the elements as he set the early pace.
With 28 years in the IT field, de Vries is expected to enhance
Currently based near Rotterdam, De Vries joins N-Sea with more than 20 years' experience in the energy industry.
The company said de Vries has been appointed executive vice president and head of Production and Logistics, while Williamsson has been appointed executive vice president and head of Purchasing.