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van Loenen T, van den Muijsenbergh M, Hofmeester M, Dowrick C, van Ginneken N, Mechili EA, et al.
The first, with contributions by Karin Hofmeester, Chitra Joshi, Prabhu P.
Karin Hofmeester in his essay Working for diamonds from the 16th to the 20th century states on the strength of medieval witnesses that the mines employed crude, labour-intensive and dangerous methods.
A while back (it seems like just yesterday), we posted a story about Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester who had filmed his daughter, Lotte, every week, from birth up until she turned 12 years old and then made a time lapse video.
"Subscribe" Dutch filmmaker and artist Frans Hofmeester has been filming his children Lotte and Vince since birth.
Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester shot a short clip of his daughter Lotte every week for fourteen years to compile the four-minute montage.
But people can watch this incredible (and inevitable) evolution take place in less than three minutes, thanks to Frans Hofmeester's video "Lotte Time Lapse: Birth to 12 years in 2 min.
The book is named after the youngest daughter of protag Jorgen Hofmeester (Gijs Scholten van Asschat), and it relates how the difficult father-child relationship--which can also be read on a more metaphorical level--slowly comes undone by Jorgen's impression that he is becoming ever more superfluous.
Back in Chicago, Forsberg, fellow instructor and architect Theodore Hofmeester Jr., and student Edward Westervelt drew up remodeling plans for the Covington church while other students designed decorative features.
There are few examples of the divergent approach applied to the Jewish diaspora: Karin Hofmeester, Van Talmoed tot Statuut: Joodse Arbeiders en Arbeiders-bewegingen in Am sterdam, Londen en Parijs, 1880-1914(Amsterdam: IISG, 1990); Andrew S.
Edited by Karin Hofmeester and Marcel van der Linden