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in microscopes and telescopes. The '''Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies''', informally known as the "Ziegler School" or simply "Ziegler", is the graduate program of study leading to Ordination as Conservative Rabbis at the American Jewish University (formerly known as the University of Judaism). Founded in 1996 as a full-fledged program of Rabbinic ordination on the West Coast - the first independent rabbinical school on the West Coast - it ordained its first class


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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 a picture of the devil (Christian teaching about the Devil) presenting one of the 5 temptations, and the second picture showing the proper remedy for that temptation. The last woodcut shows the dying man, presumably having successfully navigated the maze of temptations, being accepted into heaven, and the devils going back to hell (Hell in Christian beliefs) in confusion. thumb Sirandou.net cybercafe IICD Kita, Mali (File:Sirandou.net cybercafe IICD Kita, Mali.jpg) The '''International Institute for Communication and Development''' (IICD) is a non-profit foundation (foundation (charity)) established by the Ministry for Development Cooperation of the Netherlands in 1996. IICD's aim is to support sustainable development through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs (Information Technology)), notably computers and the Internet. The '''Muiderslot''' is a castle in the Netherlands, located at the mouth of the river Vecht (Vecht (Utrecht)), some 15 kilometers southeast of Amsterdam, in Muiden, where it flows into what used to be the Zuiderzee. It's one of the better known castles in the Netherlands and has been featured in many television shows set in the Middle Ages. Among the news outlets using Wikipedia content as source material this week are Maine newspaper ''Magic City News'' looking to Wikipedia to help work out if Mexico belongs to the Third World right-wing website ''Conservative Voice'' quoting from European Union following referendum results in France and the Netherlands saying no to the proposed EU (European Union) constitution website ''getunderground.com'' examining the phenomenon of Jumping the shark and Philadelphia newspaper the ''Carlisle Sentinel'' advising its readers on the lethal dose for various animals of Conium, a plant whose frequent neighbor, Dame's Rocket, is common enough to cause farmers some concern may have been the founder of two early Christian churches in the Maastricht-Tongeren diocese: the Basilica of Our Lady in Tongeren, and the Basilica of Our Lady in Maastricht . In the case of Tongeren this traditional claim was supported by excavations in the 1980s, when under the medieval church remains of a 4th century church were identified. Other historic churches in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany were dedicated to the saint, e.g. the Basilica of Saint Servatius in Maastricht, the Abbey of Saint Servatius (Grimbergen Abbey) in Grimbergen, and the collegiate church of Saint Servatius in Quedlinburg Beets''' (13 September 1814 – 13 March 1903) was a Netherlands Dutch theologian, writer and poet. He published under the pseudonym, '''Hildebrand'''. The album yielded the hit "What I Like About You (What I Like About You (song))," which reached #49 in the US, #12 in the Netherlands, and #2 in Australia, where the band was especially popular. The Romantics achieved their greatest commercial success in 1983 84 with the release of the album ''In Heat''. The first single taken from ''In Heat'', "Talking In Your Sleep (Talking in Your Sleep (The Romantics song))", rose to #3 on the Billboard (Billboard magazine) Hot 100 chart and spent two weeks at #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. It was also a big international hit (#2 Canada, #14 Australia, #18 Germany, #20 Netherlands, #15 South Africa, #5 Sweden, #20 Switzerland, etc.). A second single, "One In A Million", peaked at #37 during the following year. The Romantics' music videos were frequently shown on the cable television network MTV during this period, solidifying the band's popularity. Also during 1983, the Romantics played well received U.S. and international concert tours in support of ''In Heat'', and appeared on such pop music-themed television shows as ''Solid Gold (Solid Gold (television series))'', ''American Bandstand'', and ''Soul Train''. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


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by the fact that in the age group under 35, 69% are non-affiliated. However, those who ''do'' identify with a religious denomination tend to be more profoundly religious than in the past. Religious belief is also regarded as a very personal affair, as is illustrated by the fact that 60% of self-described believers are not affiliated with any organised religion. There is a stronger stress on positive sides of belief, with Hell and the concept of damnation being pushed into the background. One quarter of non-believers sometimes pray, but more in a sense of meditative self-reflection. Freedom of education has been guaranteed by the Dutch constitution since 1917, and schools run by religious groups (especially Catholic and Protestant) are funded by the government. All schools must meet strict quality criteria. Three political parties in the Dutch parliament (CDA (Christian Democratic Appeal), ChristianUnion, and SGP (Reformed Political Party)) base their policy on Christian belief in varying degrees. Although the Netherlands is a secular state, in some municipalities (Municipalities of the Netherlands) where the Christian parties have the majority, the council meetings are opened by prayer. Municipalities in general also give civil servants a day off on Christian religious holidays, such as Easter and the Ascension of Jesus. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


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the largest retailer of second-hand books in Britain. Other Oxfam affiliates also have stores, such as Jersey, Germany, Ireland (45 shops in NI ROI), the Netherlands and Hong Kong. His 1990 album ''L'amour est sans pitié'' was a hit (Chart-topper) outside of Quebec, and was released in the rest of Canada, France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Japan. "18 Til I Die" was a massive commercial success during its release in Europe. It debuted at #1 on The UK


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player, who became European Youth Champion in 2001. '''Ciao''' is a European based online-shopping portal with websites in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. In February 2008, the company launched an American version of the site, Ciao.com. Ciao.com Launch The site provides a forum where registered users can


international home

Greenpeace International home page, Get involved Thus Leibniz began several years in Paris. Soon after arriving, he met Dutch (Netherlands) physicist and mathematician Christiaan Huygens and realised that his own knowledge of mathematics and physics was patchy. With Huygens as mentor, he began a program of self-study that soon pushed him to making major contributions to both subjects, including inventing his version of the differential and integral


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to study political science at Carleton University, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1985. Two years later he received a master's degree in political science from the Stony Brook University. In 1993 Devolin married Ursula Beachli, they have two children, a son and daughter. Romilly did successfully escape however, whilst the ''Prominente'' were staying at "Oflag VII-D" Tittmoning Castle (Tittmoning). The camp was home to some Dutch (Netherlands) officers amongst whom was captain Machiel van den Heuvel, "Vandy". Romilly and Vandy knew each other from their Colditz time where Vandy was the Dutch escape officer. Vandy was transferred to Tittmoning because of his leading role as escape officer and the Germans thought he could do no more harm in Tittmoning where most prisoners were older officers of general rank. Vandy however had his next escape plan ready and together with two Dutch officers, Romilly abseil (Abseiling)ed down the castle walls. The remainder of the ''Prominente'' hid in the castle in hopes of conveying the impression that they had all escaped. After four days they were all discovered. Romilly, in spite of the 3,000 men that were searching for him, succeeded in reaching the Allied lines. Other jurisdictions Women received the vote in Denmark and Iceland in 1915 (full in 1919), the USSR in 1917, Austria, Germany and Canada in 1918, and many countries including the Netherlands in 1919, and Turkey and South Africa in 1930. French (France) women did not receive the vote till 1945. Liechtenstein was one of the last countries, in 1984. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


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of Haarlem-Amsterdam . Within the Cathedral, the former sacristy has been converted into a small museum (''schatkamer'') containing historical artefacts from Haarlem's Catholic past. - 5. 9 September 2009 Utrecht (Utrecht (city)), Netherlands 4–3 Won Friendly Match (Friendly matches) *'''Organic states group''': As producers of the organic raw materials for most of the global drug supply, these countries had been the traditional focus


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thumb 150px right Pilgrim Fathers Memorial (Image:Pilgrim Fathers Memorial.JPG) The '''Pilgrim Fathers Memorial''' is located on the north bank of The Haven (The Haven, Boston) at the site of the former Scotia Creek, Fishtoft, seaward of Boston (Boston, Lincolnshire) in Lincolnshire, England, and consists of a small granite obelisk mounted on a granite block. It commemorates the attempt at finding religious freedom in September, 1607 by the Scrooby Congregation, a group of English Separatist Protestants who left for Holland (Netherlands). They were precursors of the Pilgrims (Pilgrim (Plymouth Colony)) who later crossed the Atlantic to New England. '''Indo-Caribbean people''' or '''Indo-Caribbeans''' are Caribbean people with roots in India or the Indian subcontinent. They are mostly descendants of the original indentured workers brought by the British (United Kingdom), the Dutch (Netherlands) and the French (France) during colonial times


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"The Flying Gentleman" Bonjasky''' (born January 10, 1976) is a Dutch (Netherlands) super heavyweight kickboxer of Surinamese descent. He is a three-time K-1 World Grand Prix champion, who has won the title in 2003 (K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 Final), 2004 (K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 Final), and 2008 (K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 Final). success

&catid 36:k-1 "Remy Bonjasky and Fighting for Success" by Bernie Connors, 14 January 2011, ''LiverKick.com'' He has been known for his flying kicks and knee attacks, hence the nickname of "The Flying Gentleman". '''Berbice''' is a region along the Berbice River in Guyana, which was between 1627 and 1815 a colony of the Netherlands. After having been ceded to the United Kingdom in the latter year, it was merged with Essequibo (colony

Netherlands

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.

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