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  • 2Belgium — This article is about the country. For other uses, see Belgium (disambiguation). Belgian redirects here. For the article on the people, see Belgians. Kingdom of Belgium Koninkrijk België (Dutch) Royaume de Belgique …

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  • 3Constitution of the Netherlands — Netherlands This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Netherlands …

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  • 4National Assembly — Part of the Politics series Politics List of political topics Politics by country …

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  • 5States-General of the Netherlands — States General Staten Generaal States General of the Netherlands …

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  • 6Estates of the realm — Cleric, Knight, and Workman : the three estates in a French medieval illumination The Estates of the realm were the broad social orders of the hierarchically conceived society, recognized in the Middle Ages and Early Modern period in Christian… …

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  • 7Rabobank — This article is about the Dutch bank. For the cycling team sponsored by this company, see Rabobank (cycling team). For the arena in Bakersfield, California, see Rabobank Arena. Rabobank Groep N.V. Type Private/Cooperative …

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  • 8Simon van Slingelandt — (January 14, 1664, Dordrecht December 1, 1736, The Hague) was Grand Pensionary of Holland from July 17, 1727 to December 1, 1736. Before becoming grand pensionary Van Slingelandt wrote several reports as preparation for the second Great Assembly… …

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  • 9Gregorius Nekschot — is the pseudonym of a controversial Dutch cartoonist who mocks political ideas about Dutch multicultural society and the behaviour of people with rigid religious or ideological views. Muslims are frequently subject of his cartoons. Gregorius… …

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  • 10Act of Seclusion — The Act of Seclusion is a secret annex in the Treaty of Westminster (1654) between the United Provinces and the Commonwealth of England in which William III, Prince of Orange, was excluded from the office of Stadtholder. The First Stadtholderless …

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  • 11Belgian Chamber Committee on the Interior — The Committee on the Interior, General Affairs and the Civil Service ( nl. Commissie voor de Binnenlandse Zaken, de Algemene Zaken en het Openbaar Ambt, fr. Commission de l Intérieur, des Affaires générales et de la Fonction publique), more… …

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  • 12Pieter Paulus — (Axel, Zeelandic Flanders, 9 April 1754 – s Gravenhage, 17 March 1796) was a Dutch jurist, admiral fiscal and politician. He was one of the ideologues of the Patriot movement and is considered by many Dutch as the founder of their democracy and… …

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  • 13Court Lambertus van Beyma — Court Lambertus van Beyma, engraving by R. Vinkeles and C. Bogerts Coert or Court Lambertus van Beyma (Harlingen, 5 February 1753 Dronrijp, 7 September 1820) was a notary and auctioneer, delegate and representative of the Frisian States, leader… …

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  • 14T.B. Joshua — Infobox Person name = T.B. Joshua caption = birthname = [Temitope Balogun] birth date = birth date and age|1963|6|12 birth place = Arigidi, Ondo State, Nigeria occupation = Pastor Humanitarian Author residence = Ikotun Egbe,Lagos nationality =… …

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  • 15Rik Jaeken — Baron Rik Jaeken is a Belgian businessman, who lives in Zonhoven. He was formerly president of UNIZO (1999 2007) and was succeeded in 2007 by Flor Joosen.Rik Jaeken is an engineer and president of a company active in selling and maintaining… …

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  • 16Buddhism in Belgium — Buddhism is a small religion in Belgium but despite lack of official recognition by the Belgian government has grown rapidly in recent years. As of the 1997 estimate, 29,497 Belgian people identified their religion as Buddhist (about 0.29% of the …

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  • 17Batavian Republic constitutional referendum, 1797 — A referendum on the constitution of the Batavian Republic was held on August 8, 1797. The draft constitution was rejected, eventually culminating in a coup d étât.BackgroundThe country we now know as the Netherlands had declared independence as… …

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  • 18Financial history of the Dutch Republic — describes the history of the interrelated development of financial institutions in the Dutch Republic. The rapid economic development of the country after the Dutch Revolt in the years 1585 1620, described in Economic History of the Netherlands… …

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  • 19Jonas Staal — is a Dutch artist arrested in 2005 for anonymously distributing portraits of right wing MP Geert Wilders in the streets of Rotterdam and The Hague with a candle, flowers and sometimes a teddybear. The public prosecutor charged him with the crime… …

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  • 20Hieronymus van Beverningh — (sometimes spelled Beverningk) (Gouda, April 25, 1614 – Oud Teylingen,October 30, 1690) was a prominent Dutch regent, diplomat, amateur botanist, and maecenas, who lived during the Dutch Golden Age …

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