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“[Blacked out] was also very happy about 'Annelies' 'and' Johan's 'interest in the school and assured that there were places before the autumn holidays for grade eight because they had reorganised the school to create a large grade eight class from two former grade seven classes," the complainant wrote.”
“But thanks in part to the efforts of John and Annelies Podmajersky, who organized much of the neighborhood's revitalization, crumbling residential properties were converted into artists 'lofts and disused alleyways became neighborhood gardens.”
“Parlevliet & Van der Plas of the Netherlands bought it, renaming it the Annelies Ilena.”
“A report by the environmental group Greenpeace released in December 2011 looked hard at PFA, the Dutch-based association that represents the Annelies Ilena.”
“CARDIFF, Wales — Around midnight on a recent Saturday night, 19-year-old Annelies Hopkins inventoried her evening's revelry: half a bottle of Jack Daniel's and four pints and six bottles of beer.”
“Annelies Marie Frank was born in Frankfurt on June 12, 1929 to Edith (née Holländer) and Otto Frank.”
“Annelies and I went to wink back in June to celebrate our engagement.”
“In the churchyard, at the fringe of the group, Annelies murmurs to me sardonically about history, national guilt, and tourism.”
“I buy more durian, so weirdly aromatic that not even Max and Annelies care to share it, thanks much.”
“These two companionable souls—a distinguished Dutch novelist named Max and his wife, Annelies, a formidable woman with a wry sense of humor—have befriended me, providing some cheery mitigation to my outsider status on the Matabari.”
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