KROL


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KROLKatherine Region on Line (Australia website)
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Residing in Dubai from 1975 to 1980, Dutch photographer Anita Van Der Krol had four of her images that depicted Bedouins performing the traditional Merhaba dance, men relaxing at a Bedouin tent and shopkeepers of the old souq displayed in the frame's Old Dubai museum on the mezzanine floor.
Addressing a reporter from Cihan News, Henk Krol said that it wouldn't be righteous to remain silent while the freedom of the press is underfoot and if private opposition banks are being invaded.
Polish Ms Krol Banda, who was buying groceries when her bike was stolen, said: "I was so angry.
His Polish father, Jozef Krol, also helped build the school and once it opened in the 1960s worked and lived on site as the school's caretaker.
But Krol Corlett, now headed by their sons Simon and Dave, fears the recession could bring them into direct conflict with some of the UK's biggest construction firms as the industry casts around for scraps in the wake of last October's public spending review.
Over the last five weeks I've talked with Ruud Gullit and for a long time with Johan Cruyff, and from the first day we started to train here Rudi Krol has been here.
AaAa During the signing ceremony, Amiral Krol hailed "the crucial role" played by Morocco in the field of nuclear security, and recalled efforts consented by the Kingdom in launching global initiative to fight nuclear terrorism.
We know cuts are coming but I rarely hear about reform," Krol said.
Zdzislaw Krol, chancellor of Warsaw Metropolitan Curia, said the late pontiff faced plots against his life during his 1983 and 1987 pilgrimages to Poland.
Alfons Krol said at the annual conference of the Canadian Dermatology Association.
The plane, a Beechcraft, was on a charter flight from the Czech Republic to Kiev, emergency situations ministry spokesman Ihor Krol said.
Session 2 on "Transparent and translucent polymers," will include the following presentations: "Copolyesters for the medical market," Bart van de Krol, Eastman Chemical, the Netherlands; "Cyclic olefinic copolymer: An innovative, transparent plastic material for applications in medical and diagnostic," Michael Grimm, Topas Advanced Polymers, Germany; and "Silicone elastomers in medical applications," Andre Colas, Dow Coming, Belgium