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    The Dutch stress sytem Dutch is described as being a quantity-sensitive trochaic system, operating from left to right with extrametricality. In the following essay I will gice the arguments and data that point towards this system. I will also analyse in which way exceptions are being taken care of within this system. The metrical analysis will be based on work by Trommelen & Zonneveld. These authors adopt an onset-rhyme organisation of syllable structure. We can make three major generalisations

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    The Dutch

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    far as the Dutch empire is considered, the 19th century was the turning point in several ways. At the end of the 18th century, in 1975, the French invaded the Netherlands. In 1806, Napoleon declared his brother Louis as the king of the Netherlands (Schoffer, 1973). However, The Dutch kingdom gained its independence after the defeat of Napoleon in 1813 when William Prince became the sovereign of the Netherlands and declared himself as the King of the Dutch and the kingdom as the Dutch kingdom (Schoffer

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    Dutch Shultz

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    organized crime, Dutch Schultz, was also able to leave a lasting mark in history with his unorthodox style of crime. Dutch Schultz was born Arthur Flegenheimer, Despite of the nickname "Dutch" Arthur Flegenheimer was a German Jew. Flegenheimer was arrested early, at the age of 17, for burglary. He served time at Blackwell's Island for one year and was released. After returning to his hometown, he demanded to be called "Dutch Shultz" the nickname of a famous gangster from the late 1800's. Dutch Shultz rose

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    Dutch - The Worst Movie

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    Dutch - The Worst Movie The worst movie I have seen lately has to be Dutch. A less than heart warming movie about a misunderstood little rich kid and his mother's working class boyfriend traveling home for thanks giving dinner. They go on to a have a not so exciting adventure with a totally ridiculous story driving this train wreck. Not only is everything that happens in this story totally unbelievable. Each event gives you another reason to dislike one of the characters a little more. By the end

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    Angels And Demons Dutch

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    §5 Samenvatting: Professor Robert Langdon wordt naar CERN gehaald om een mysterieus symbool op de borst van een vermoorde wetenschapper uit te leggen. Langdon ziet dat het een Illuminati symbool is, de Illuminati is een organisatie van wetenschappers, en willen wraak omdat de kerk tegen hen en de wetenschap is/ was, maar Langdon dacht dat die allang niet meer bestonden. Dan blijkt dat er ook nog antimaterie uit het lab van Vettra is gestolen, En dat kan voor 2 doelen gebruikt worden; als de sterkste

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    Dutch vs. American Euthanasia

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    Dutch vs. American Euthanasia The Dutch take their euthanasia seriously. The Dutch government has resubmitted its proposal for formally legalizing assisted suicide and euthanasia, while modifying its controversial provision allowing euthanasia for children. When first proposed to Parliament over a year ago, the bill allowed for cases where children from 12 to 16 years old could request and receive euthanasia "against the wishes of their parents." The modified proposal still allows child euthanasia

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    Assignment III-B: Dutch and Belgium Organ Donation Acts. In Belgium there is a different post mortem organ donation law than in The Netherlands, although they both have the same main purpose: they seek to increase the supply of donors. In Belgium it is presumed that each citizen has consented to the harvest of organs following death unless an objection to such a harvest was recorded, an opt-out system. Belgium combines presumed consent with a practice of inquiring into the wishes of the next of

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    Vraag 1: Het beste bod voor Birch Paper Company als geheel is dat van hun eigen divisie Thompson. Bij deze optie zijn de ‘out-of-pocket’-kosten het laagst voor Birch zoals getoond in onderstaande opstelling: West Paper Company – kosten voor Birch: $ 430 Eire Papers Ltd. – kosten voor Birch: $ 432 Winst Southern divisie ($90*40%1): $ 36 -/- Winst Thompson divisie ($30-$25): $ 5 -/- $ 391 1Winstopslag voor Southern is 40% aangezien de case vermeldt dat hun ‘out-of-pocket’-kosten

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    efficient and most innovative producers and it gives them access to range of marketing channels and financial information, storage and logistics facilities, which makes cut- flower production and distribution one of the most successful sectors of the Dutch economy (Haak, 1992). The Netherlands is also the largest exporter and distributor of flowers in the world and has dominate the world export markets with 65% market share ( Haak, et al., 1992). Holland also has an efficient distribution system supported

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    DBQ: The Dutch Republic

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    The Dutch Republic DBQ Between 1650 and 1713, the Dutch Republic faced many challenges to it's security, unity and prosperity. In these years, the Dutch Republic faced a decline in trade, increased debt, crushing military defeats and a skeptical, divided society, all of which threatened the vitality of the Republic. A major aspect of the Dutch Republic's security woes was it's coastal location and proximity to England and France. The English and Dutch engaged in many battles on the coasts of the

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