de Lange

de Lang·e

(dĕ-lahng'ĕ),
Cornelia, Dutch pediatrician, 1871-1950. See: de Lange syndrome.
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Marchant de Lange, who was taken apart by Paul Stirling of the Kerala Kings, on the opening night, with the pace bowler conceding 36 from his two overs, had a decent spell on the day, coming away with 2 for 21.
SCOTLAND's preparations for their World Cricket League clashes with Kenya were dealt a blow last night when Con de Lange was ruled out of the crucial double header.
Chris Cooke, who faced 116 balls and struck nine fours in a watchful innings, top scored with 69, but after his dismissal De Lange attacked the bowling to score 39 - his highest score for Glamorgan - and share 57 in only 9.
Bowling: Carey 4-0-18-0; de Lange 5-2-8-0; Hogan 2-0-8-1; Salter 1-0-8-0.
Glamorgan had failed to make the most of the new ball after an uncontested toss and it was only two quick wickets by Marchant de Lange that prevented Derbyshire taking the morning session.
Michael Hogan and Marchant de Lange took three wickets apiece as Glamorgan reduced Middlesex to 99-8 in 14 overs in a rain-affected contest, despite a knock of 58 not out from Adam Voges.
Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) can be expressed in multiple organ systems requiring a variety of specialists, including pediatric otolaryngology.
Glamorgan made it through to the second new ball before Tom Cullen left a Rushworth delivery and instantly regretted it, then the bowler held a ball Marchant De Lange hammered back and must have been mightily relived he did.
Marchant de Lange carried easily the greatest threat in the visiting attack and took three of the wickets.
Con De Lange believes Scotland can take the scalp of Zimbabwe this week and prove they can compete with cricket's top teams.
2012, blijkt zowel de lange ontstaansgeschiedenis als het bijzondere karakter van het Project GOW.
LOVING LATER LIFE: An Ethics of Aging by Frits de Lange.