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Related to Grond: ground floor, ground cover
imp.1.obs. imp. of Grind.
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Waar segregasie op grond van "ras" en klas voor 1948 deur tradisie en konvensie gereel is, het die na-1948-regerings etnisiteit in apartheidswetgewing gaan verdinglik.
Young figs sprout in the tree's branches and send the roots down to the grond. The hollow towers provide living space for the animals and birds," says Cronje.
It emerged as a cutting-edge practice that transcended both disciplines (Grond and Hermann, 2011).
Dr Martin Grond, a neurologist at Siegen hospital near Bonn, said: "There is no word about his brain functions.
Penrose, Hameroff and Bandyopadhyay will explore their theories during a session on "Microtubules and the Big Consciousness Debate" at the Brainstorm Sessions, a public three-day event at the Brakke Grond in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, January 16-18, 2014.
Nou le hulle langs mekaar in die grond wat hulle so lief gehad het, op 'n plek wat hulle elke dag van die voorstoep af kon sien.
Very soon afterwards it was picked up by the X-ray detector on NASA's Swift satellite and with the GROND system at the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope in Chile (eso1049) and then studied in great detail using ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) just one day after it exploded.
Een specifieke opleiding van predikanten voor Indie kwam niet goed van de grond. In de Oost waren er vijf regio's met aanzienlijke en duurzame onderwijsactiviteit, naast de wankele schooltjes elders, meestal bij VOC-nederzettingen.
David Carr CONTENDERS Enda Bolger, trainer of Garde Champetre, L'Ami, King Johns Castle and Freneys Well "Garde Champetre has been dropped 4lb in the weights and I think he's every bit as good as he was last year and will appreciate goodish grond. We're hopeful of another big run from him.