artists artist 35 Heideroosjes publisher Epitaph Records accessdate 2011-08-22 , HR in short), is a punk rock band from Horst aan de Maas, Netherlands. The band is known for their energetic shows (of which they've played over 1500) and songs with lyrics mostly in Dutch (Dutch language) and English (English language), and a few songs in German (German language) and Limburgs (a dialect spoken in the Dutch province of Limburg (Limburg (Netherlands))). The band
. The severe, rigid fashions of the Spanish court (Spain) were dominant everywhere except France and Italy; black garments were worn for the most formal occasions. While some might think that wearing black means that the garments were simple, this is not the case at all. Regional styles were still distinct. The clothing was very intricate, elaborate and made with heavy fabrics such as velvet and raised silk, topped off with bright coloured jewellery such as rubies, diamond and pearls
for Venice, but when he reached Rakowitza (Rakovica, Bosnia and Herzegovina) near Sarajevo, in Bosnia (Bosnia (region)), he was taken ill, and here he died on the November 29, 1626. He was buried at Split (Split (city)). Exile to Western Europe He left the Soviet Union in December 1978 while touring in the Netherlands and sought political asylum there, whereupon the Soviet regime immediately banned all his previous recordings. He took
in The National Concert Hall. In that aspect, the Brazilian version (Big Brother Brasil) of the reality show ''Big Brother (Big Brother (TV series))'', created by Dutch (Netherlands) production company Endemol and produced in Brazil by Globo TV (Rede Globo), has been the main source of models for the magazine. Between May 2002 (about two months after the first season concluded on Globo) and August 2007, 13 female participants from that reality show have
-year sponsorship deal with the Dutch Yellow Pages. The 'May Brigade' in the USSR In 1930 May took virtually his entire Frankfurt staff to Russia. ''May's Brigade'' amounted to a task force of 17 people, including Lihotsky, her husband Wilhelm Schuette, Arthur Korn (Arthur Korn (architect)), the Hungarian-born Fred Forbat, the Swiss (Switzerland) Hans Schmidt, the Austrian-born Erich Mauthner and the Dutch (Netherlands) Mart Stam. The promise of the "Socialist (Socialism) paradise" was still fresh, and May's Brigade and other groups of western planners had the hope of constructing entire cities. The first was to be Magnitogorsk. Although May's group is indeed credited with building 20 cities in three years, the reality was that May found Magnitogorsk already under construction and the town site dominated by the mine. Officials were indecisive, then distrustful, corruption and delay frustrated their efforts, and May himself made misjudgements about the climate. May's contract expired in 1933, and he left for British East Africa (Kenya). Some of his architects found themselves unwanted by Russia, and stateless. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands
during World War II. After two years in hiding, the group was betrayed and they were transported to concentration camps, where all but Anne's father Otto died. He returned to Amsterdam to find that Anne's diary had been saved. Convinced that the diary was a unique record, he took action to have it published (publishing). The diary was given to Anne for her thirteenth birthday and chronicles the events of her life from June 12, 1942 until its final entry of August 4, 1944
of the German-speaking Community of Belgium bordering on Germany. Miscellaneous * In a December 1994 storyline on ''The Bold and the Beautiful'' the characters Macy Alexander and Thorne Forrester gave a concert in the Netherlands which included a performance of "Everlasting Love": the performances featured on the TV show were culled from two concerts at the Ahoy Rotterdam headlined by Bobbie Eakes (Macy) and Jeff Trachta (Thorne) that October. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands
: www.ppu.org.uk e_publications dd-trad8.html#anarch%20and%20violence "Resisting the Nation State, the pacifist and anarchist tradition" by Geoffrey Ostergaard . Ppu.org.uk (1945-08-06). Retrieved on 2011-12-28. The main early influences were the thought of Henry David Thoreau and Leo Tolstoy. It developed "mostly in Netherlands Holland
;Resisting the Nation State, the pacifist and anarchist tradition" by Geoffrey Ostergaard The main early influences were the thought of Henry David Thoreau and Leo Tolstoy while later the ideas of Mohandas Gandhi gained importance. It developed "mostly in Holland (Netherlands) ''(sic)'', Britain (United Kingdom), and the United States
in the struggle for social change. George Woodcock. ''Anarchism: A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements'' (1962) "Resisting the Nation State, the pacifist and anarchist tradition" by Geoffrey Ostergaard The main early influences were the thought of Henry David Thoreau ref name "ppu.org.uk
version The "short version", whose appearance shortly precedes the introduction in the 1460s of block book (Woodblock printing)s (books printed from carved blocks of wood, both text and images on the same block), first dates to around 1450, from the Netherlands. It is mostly an adaptation of the second chapter of the "long version", and contains eleven woodcut pictures. The first ten woodcuts are divided into 5 pairs, with each set showing
The '''Netherlands''' (
The Netherlands' name literally means "Low Country (Low Countries)", inspired by its low and flat geography, with only about 50% of its land exceeding one metre above sea level (Above mean sea level). Most of the areas below sea level are man-made. Since the late 16th century, large areas (polders) have been reclaimed (land reclamation) from the sea and from lakes, amounting to nearly 17% of the country's current land mass.
With a population density of 406 people per km² – 497 if water is excluded – the Netherlands is a very densely populated country (List of sovereign states and dependent territories by population density) for its size. Only Bangladesh, South Korea and Taiwan have both a larger population and a higher population density. Nevertheless, the Netherlands is the world's second largest exporter of food and agriculture products, after the United States. Netherlands: Agricultural exports top 80 billion Euros Holland is world-leading exporter of agri-food products
The Netherlands was one of the first countries in the world to have an elected parliament, and since 1848 it has been governed as a parliamentary (parliamentary system) democracy and a constitutional monarchy, organised as a unitary state. The Netherlands has a long history of social tolerance and is generally regarded as a liberal (liberalism) country, having legalised abortion, prostitution and euthanasia, while maintaining a progressive drugs policy (drug policy of the Netherlands). In 2001 it became the world's first country to legalize same-sex marriage (same-sex marriage in the Netherlands).
The Netherlands is a founding member of the EU (European Union), Eurozone, G-10 (Group of Ten (economic)), NATO, OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), WTO (World Trade Organization) and a part of the trilateral Benelux economic union. The country is host to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and five international courts: the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Court and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. The first four are situated in The Hague, as is the EU's criminal intelligence agency Europol and judicial co-operation agency Eurojust. This has led to the city being dubbed "the world's legal capital". , specifically, ''"In the 1990s, during his term as United Nations Secretary-General, Boutros Boutros-Ghali started calling The Hague the world's legal capital."'' The Netherlands is also a part of the Schengen Area.
The Netherlands has a market-based mixed economy, ranking 17th of 177 countries according to the Index of Economic Freedom.