from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A city of northeast Netherlands north-northeast of Apeldoorn. It remained loyal to Spain during the Netherlands revolt but was captured by the Dutch in 1594. The city is an important trade and transportation center.
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- proper noun A province of the
- proper noun The capital city of Groningen.
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Ya son dos años y medio con esta actividad y le ha ido muy bien gracias a todo el empeño que pone en su trabajo, nuestra socia es una mujer joven, luchadora y emprendedora pues con mucha voluntad se dedica al negocio y piensa en aumentar su capital de negocio comprando más verdura y papas. erik groningen, Groningen
Kiva Loans 2009
Friday will be spent at J&S for gaming madness (Agricola, I guess), Saturday is going to be a day in Groningen (more Agricola?) and Sunday is crafts day for the Drachenfest group, which means I have to find my way to Dongen somehow.
weekly nathreee 2009
The man leading the workshop lives in Groningen, so I don't have to worry about us finishing late, because he needs to get home again too.
school nathreee 2008
Fandi Ahmad's club ... any picture of fandi in Groningen kit???
FC Groningen 2007-08 shirt/kits Eridivisie league Azmie aka switch image 2007
The weather in Groningen was stormy on Sunday morning, so we stayed inside and played some more games.
Weekend in Groningen nathreee 2007
Next came Ilse and Heinz Prechtl, now professor in Groningen, then Irenäus and Eleonore Eibl-Eibesfeldt, both lady doctors of zoology and good scientists in their own right.
The team recently “showcased” their newest project, the SoZaWe in Groningen.
At Groningen, which is a large prosperous town, and the birthplace both of Joseph Israels and H.W. Mesdag, cheese and dairy produce are left behind.
NL Architects recently unveiled a beautiful green-roofed office complex for the Welfare Department and Work Agency of the City of Groningen in the Netherlands.
The data they collect is sent to a supercomputer at the University of Groningen and then transmitted to the Netherlands Radioastronomy Institute.