from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northern Belgium, a manufacturing suburb of Antwerp. Population: **became part of Antwerp in 1980s****became part of Antwerp in 0000s**.
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In the cathedral is his "St. Norbert", while the saint appears with the first Abbot of St. Michel in a church at Deurne.
CTB bought six companies in the interim, including Swine Services Specialists Inc. and Porcon group of Deurne, the Netherlands.
But last summer Meryem, who wears a headscarf, forgot her friends 'caution and boarded the bus to Deurne.
In April of this year the man destroyed at least two statues of Christ in Nuenen and Deurne.
He is also to pay compensation for the claimed damage: 2,700 euro to the Lambertus parish and 1,780 Euro to the Deurne municipality.
Vandalen plegen aanslag op ruit secretariaat Vlaams Belang in Deurne
"You were then a pretty, fresh girl from Deurne, Nelle, with cheeks as red as a cherry and a nose like a pretty little seashell.