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  • Howard W. Gutman He was there to meet Mayor Fons Verwimp, who was wearing his ceremonial sash of Belgium's national colors red, black and yellow and an embroidered Flemish lion.

    Every Day Is Someplace in Belgium for an Ambassador Keen to See It All

  • Fons' body was wrapped in fresh towels and under him were layers of clean newspaper.

    The Massacre

  • Fons Tuinstra, 15 September: End August I had to look for a telecom and internet provider in Belgium.

    Belgacom again

  • It's from this paper (pdf) by Jordi Blanes i Vidal, Mirko Draca and Christian Fons-Rosen.

    The revolving door in one graph

  • "Annual certification is just a complete tactic to bust the unions," said Chris Fons, a 45-year-old high school teacher from Milwaukee.

    Restrictions on Unions Become Law

  • "At present, there are marine ships from countries such as the Netherlands, Sweden, India or Russia patrolling in the Gulf of Aden, but this is by no means enough to cover the growing area in which the pirates operate," Dockwise spokesman Fons van Lith said.

    Dutch Shipper in Row Over Piracy

  • Ryan Fons said children's services wanted to see how Nathaniel responds to them since it has been almost a year since he saw them.

    Nathaniel Fons, Boy Abandoned At St. Patrick's Cathedral, Reunited With Grandparents

  • In the language of the Fons, Vo means ‘introspection.’

    The Faculty Club

  • Their accounts of the stars, the planets, the human soul—these gave birth over millennia to the religions of the African tribes: the Fons, the Igbos, the Kongos, and dozens more.

    The Faculty Club

  • "Fons juventatis," Carter's fountain-of-youth evocation, was a bit aggressive in its swirling figures, a full-blast hose rather than a bubbling spring.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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