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Baak

Place

Baak is a small village in the municipality Bronckhorst in the Achterhoek part of the Dutch province of Gelderland. It stands on the Baakse Beek in the municipality of Bronckhorst, about 10 km from Zutphen.

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Google previewIdentifying, Measuring, and Valuing Knowledge-Based Intangible Assets: New Perspectives (2010)

New Perspectives by Vallejo-Alonso, Belen

De Baak is a typical professional service firm, which is reflected in its mission statement: “De Baak is a special company that takes itself and others forward through learning”. Problem Definition The main reason for de Baak to implement the ...

Google previewChina 2227-Long, Long Ago (2005)

by Lyle Jan

THE BOOTLEGGING OF CHINESE WHITE WHISKEY Chinese white whiskey is called baak jau. Baak means white, jau means whiskey. White whiskey (much like vodka) is a colorless and unaged liquor that is distilled from mash.

Google previewRice in Laos (2006)

by J. M. Schiller

This action is called baak sngkhvan hmmaal hngo' (smearing-blessing the rice spirit-soul).

Google previewH.O. Pub (1918)

by United States. Hydrographic Office

Yzeren Baak is a lifeboat station. Slyk Gat to Hellevoetsluis. — Above the Slyk Gat, for the navigation of the Zuider Deep and Aardappelengat and to Hellevoetsluis, lights are shown as described below; they are only available to those locally ...

Google previewNorth Sea Pilot (eastern Shores) from Dunkerque to the Shaw. 1918 (1918)

by United States. Hydrographic Office

— Yzeren Baak is a lifeboat station. Slyk Gat to Hellevoetsluis. — Above the Slyk Gat, for the navigation of the Zuider Deep and Aardappelengat and to Hellevoetsluis, lights ...

Google previewThe Literary World (1900)

A Monthly Review of Current Literature

'Fisher Uhwin's Chap Baak is a periodical, but it looks like one, and it falls easily here into the notice which it deserves. And though it is devoted chiefly to the exploitation of Mr. Unwin's publications, it is none the less ...

Google previewA critical pronouncing dictionary. With a suppl., by E. Smith (1881)

by John Walker

BOOK, bAAk, t. A volume in which we read or write 1 a particular part of a work ; the register 111 which a trader keeps an account ; In books, in alml remembrance ; Without book, by memory. To BOOK, bAAk, v. a. To register in a book.

Google previewJohnson's Dictionary of the English Language, in Miniature (1818)

To which are Added, an Alphabetical Account of the Heathen Deities, a List of the Cities, Boroughs, and Market Towns, in England and Wales. The Days on which the Markets are Held and how Far Distant from London in Measured Miles. A Chronological Table of Remarkable Events Discoveries and Inventions, Also the Aera, Country, and Writings of Learned Men, and a List of Commercial Stamps, Bonds, & E. & E by Samuel Johnson

eaile, tmasportatioo Baak ...

Google previewSturgis' Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture and Building (1989)

An Unabridged Reprint of the 1901-2 Edition by Russell Sturgis

Arehitertnmlly, the term is used loosely to cover Baaking Honse, Baaking Room, Baak Bnilding. BANE BUILDING. In the modern cities of Europe and America, a strnetnre, given very large, built for a haaking honse and containing the rooms ...

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary (1826)

And Expositor of the English Language... by John Walker

Book, bAAk, ». A volume in which we read or write ; a particular part nf a work ; the register in which a tra der keeps an account ; In books, in kind remembrance ; Without book, by memory. To Book ...

Google previewTuttle Dictionary Martial Arts Korea, China & Japan (2012)

by Daniel Kogan, Sun-Jin Kim

see baak mah hin taih Bai Mei (M) [ Style] ...

Google previewBryan's dictionary of painters and engravers (1904)

by Michael Bryan, George Charles Williamson

HATTIGH, Jan Baak. See Baak Hattiqh. HATTIN, John, (or Hattins,) was an obscure English engraver, by whom, among other things, there is a small plate of a ' View of Old St. Paul's.' HAUBENSTRICKER, Paul, was an historical painter and ...

Google previewDictionary of Painters and Engravers (1886)

Biographical and Critical by Michael Bryan

HATTIGH, Jan Baak. See Baak Hattigh. HATTIN, John, (or Hattins,) was an obscure English engraver, by whom, among other things, there is a small plate of a ' View of Old St. Paul's.' HAUBENSTHICKER, Paul, was an historical painter and ...

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language (1826)

To which are Prefixed, Principles of English Pronunciation, Likewise, Rules to be Observed by the Natives of Scottland, Ireland and London, for Avoiding Their Respective Peculiarities : and Directions to Foreigners ... ; The Whole Interspersed with Observations, Etymological, Critical, and Grammatical by John Walker

Book, bAAk, a. A volume in which we read or write ; a particular part of a work ; the register in w hich a trader keeps an account; In books, in kind remembrance ; Without book, by memory. To Book ...

Google previewPronouncing dictionary (1849)

by John Walker

To BOOK, bAAk, v. a. To ...

Google previewA Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, from the Revival of the Art Under Cimabue ... (1849)

To the Present Time: with the Ciphers, Monograms, and Marks, Used by Each Engraver by Michael Bryan

(BAAK, HATTIGH JAN, a painter of Utrecht, who lived in the middle of the 17th century, as we find * A picture in the hospital of Saint Job of that rty, with the date 1642. It is a landscape and igires in the manner of Poelemburg, and approaches o, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions (1889)

Designed as a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology by Richard Soule

Baak, п. 1. Bill, inaudible, neb. 2.

Google previewBeeton's Medical dictionary (1871)

by Samuel Orchart Beeton

Angustuea Bark, or Cusparia Baak, un-qus-tu'-ra, a valuable drug, imported directly or indirectly from South America. In small doses it acts as a stimulant, tonic, and febrifuge ; while, in large doses, it is somewhat emetic and purgative.

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