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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of western Belgium west of Brussels. It was the most important cloth-manufacturing town of medieval Flanders and is still a textile center.

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Examples

  • Berteau also unveilied the Cover Chair at the Interieur 2006 in Kortrijk, where he was chosen as Designer of the Year.

    MODULAR FENCE CHAIR by Alain Bertreau | Inhabitat

  • Belgian manufacturer Extremis launched their new outdoor seating concept ‘Kosmos’ at the recently held Interieur ‘08 show in Kortrijk, Belgium.

    Kosmos Outdoor Seating from Extremis

  • Guanyadors del concurs per a la nova Biblioteca Central de Kortrijk, Bèlgica

    Guanyadors del concurs per a la nova Biblioteca Central de Kortrijk, Bèlgica | [bauen]

  • Guanyadors del concurs per a la nova Biblioteca Central de Kortrijk, Bèlgica | [bauen]

    Guanyadors del concurs per a la nova Biblioteca Central de Kortrijk, Bèlgica | [bauen]

  • Getting them to imagine a bread riot in Ljubljana or a fish riot in Valencia or a sausage riot in Munich or a beer riot in Kortrijk or a cabbage riot in Krakow is no bad way to pump up enthusiasm for something most British people would love to eliminate at the earliest opportunity (and save some money into the bargain).

    The French Protection

  • Getting them to imagine a bread riot in Ljubljana or a fish riot in Valencia or a sausage riot in Munich or a beer riot in Kortrijk or a cabbage riot in Krakow is no bad way to pump up enthusiasm for something most British people would love to eliminate at the earliest opportunity (and save some money into the bargain).

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  • The year of his birth is deduced from a document dated 1543 which gives his age as 13 and records his acceptance as a choirboy at Onze Lieve Vrouwkerk in Kortrijk.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Although the church records state that he came from Kortrijk, in the matriculation registers of the University of Leuven his name appears as ‘Jacobus Vat de Arelbecke’.

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  • Franco-Flemish church musician and composer Pierre de La Rue (also known as Pierchon La Rue) was born (?) in Tournai, c. 1452 adn died in Kortrijk, 20 November 1518.

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  • Vaet was born in Kortrijk or Harelbeke, c1529 and died in Vienna, 8 January 1567.

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