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Dutch and police
During that year, the clinic came under investigation by Dutch police after rumors about female staffmembers committing sexual offenses against convicts emerged.
The Dutch police have the right to do a drug test if they suspect influenced driving.
German ( green ) and Dutch ( blue / red ) police vehicles
1968 Porsche 912 Targa, used by the Korps landelijke politiediensten | Dutch police
From that time on until the 1950s the Royal Dutch East Indies Army, Royal Dutch Army, Royal Dutch Navy and Dutch police used these cutlasses called Klewang.
In 2005, three years after Fortuyn's death, the Dutch journalist Peter R. de Vries obtained and publicized a secret report of the intelligence department of the Rotterdam police.
A police operation, which mobilized 150 agents, searched five military barracks ( in Leopoldsburg near the Dutch border: Kleine-Brogel, Peer, Brussels ( Royal military school ) and Zedelgem – as well as 18 private addresses in Flanders.
The whole situation deteriorated to such an extent that the Dutch Government was obliged to decide that no progress could be made before law and order were restored sufficiently to make intercourse between the different parts of Indonesia possible, and to guarantee the safety of people of different political opinions .< p style =" text-align: right ;">— former East Indies Governor H. J. van Mook's justification for the first Dutch " police action ".
Claiming violations of the Linggajati Agreement, the Dutch described the campaign as Politionele acties (' police actions ') to restore law and order.
On the one hand, they were pressured by Republicans to boycott all sales to the Dutch ; on the other hand, Dutch police could be merciless in their efforts to stamp out smugglers on which the Republican economy depended.
The second ' police action ' was a diplomatic disaster for the Dutch cause.
Dutch courts tend to give precedence to the practicality of police investigation, so this article has had little protective value.
In practice the Dutch police taps any telephone communication at will, irrespective of authorisation and with full cooperation of the telephone companies.
Category: Dutch police officers
In a series of meetings between SIS agents and the ' conspirators ', SS plans to abduct the SIS team were shelved due to the presence of Dutch police.
Dutch police handcuffs
Djum Djum playing theremin during Afro-Left in December 2010At the debut Leftfield gig, in Amsterdam, the Dutch police were close to arresting the sound-man due to the sound system reaching illegal volumes.
One possibility was arson, with several arrests being made by the Dutch police but the fire department stated accidental ignition via an electrical short circuit could not be totally ruled out.
For this writing, he was arrested by Dutch police while visiting fellow nationalist Mohammad Hoesni Thamrin in Jakarta on 1 August 1933.
They armed released Dutch POWs, which began to engage in shooting rampages against Indonesian civilians and Republican police.

Dutch and detectives
Finally, detectives Dutch Wagenbach and Claudette Wyms try to track down an elusive serial killer who Dutch thinks to be responsible for at least four murders.
For example, in the Belgian comic book The Adventures of Tintin, Tintin's trusty canine sidekick Milou is translated as Snowy in English, Bobbie in Dutch, Kuttus in Bengali, and Struppi in German ; likewise the detectives Dupont and Dupond become Thomson and Thompson in English, Jansen and Janssen in Dutch, Jonson and Ronson in Bengali, Schultze and Schulze in German, Hernández and Fernández in Spanish, and ( Dùběn and Dùpéng ) in Chinese, Dyupon and Dyuponn in Russian and Skafti and Skapti in Icelandic.
It begins from the point of view of a dying Dutch Schultz, looking up at two police detectives.

Dutch and who
The Baptist movement originated with Thomas Helwys, who left his mentor John Smyth ( who had moved into shared belief and other distinctives of the Dutch Waterlander Mennonites of Amsterdam ) and returned to London to start the first English Baptist Church in 1611.
( In the 1970s Ruelle and the Dutch mathematician Floris Takens produced a new model for turbulence, and it was Ruelle who invented the concept of a strange attractor in a dynamical system.
Abacá was first cultivated on a large scale in Sumatra in 1925 under the Dutch, who had observed its cultivation in the Philippines for cordage since the ninteenth century, followed up by plantings in Central America in 1929 sponsored by the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Another 1980s group was the Osdorp Posse, who first started to record tracks in Dutch.
But there is disagreement about who started rapping in Dutch between Blonnie B, Alex and the CityCrew, Dynamic Rockers, Def Rhymes and Osdorp Posse.
Another Dutch hip-hop duo are Pete Philly and Perquisite who are already well known in the Netherlands, Germany, and even in Japan.
This explains that road signs in Flanders are written in Dutch, even when referring to a Walloon region, and conversely, which can be confusing for foreigners who do not know the different translations of Flemish or Walloon cities in the other language.
He notoriously described in 1724 the case of Baron Jan von Wassenaer, a Dutch admiral who died of this condition following a gluttonous feast and subsequent regurgitation.
The architectural style is a mixture of Victorian Gothic, Tudor and Dutch Baroque and was the subject of much bemused comment from those who worked there, or visited, during World War II.
The Dutch, however, who clung to their troops for their country's protection, were against any adventurous military operation as far south as the Danube and would never willingly permit any major weakening of the forces in the Spanish Netherlands.
Marlborough ( who had crossed the Nebel on a makeshift bridge to take personal control ), ordered Hulsen's Hanoverian battalions to support the Dutch infantry.
While he waited for the fresh reinforcements to arrive, Marlborough flung himself into the mêlée, rallying some of the Dutch cavalry who were in confusion.
The Dutch, however, who had supplied the major share of the troops and money to secure the victory ( the Austrians had produced nothing of either ) claimed the government of the region till the war was over, and that after the peace they should continue to garrison Barrier Fortresses stronger than those which had fallen so easily to Louis XIV ’ s forces in 1701.
Moreover in the 19th century, the Dutch admitted the founding of district kingdoms with native leaders who were under the power of the Dutch ( Indirect Bestuur ).
Strategies based on maneuver have the inherent danger of the attacking force overextending its supply lines, and can be defeated by a determined foe who is willing and able to sacrifice territory for time in which to regroup and rearm, as the Soviets did on the Eastern Front ( as opposed to, for example, the Dutch who had no territory to sacrifice ).
* Justus Velsius – 16th century Dutch dissident who promoted the view that through new birth man could become like Christ
Boer (,, or ; ) is the Dutch and Afrikaans word for farmer, which came to denote the descendants of the Dutch-speaking settlers of the eastern Cape frontier in Southern Africa during the 18th century, as well as those who left the Cape Colony during the 19th century to settle in the Orange Free State, Transvaal ( which are together known as the Boer Republics ), and to a lesser extent Natal.
The Trekboers, as they were originally known, were mainly of Dutch origin and included Calvinists, such as Flemish and Frisian Calvinists, as well as French Huguenot and German and British protestants who first arrived in the Cape of Good Hope during the period of its administration ( 1652 – 1795 ) by the Dutch East India Company ( Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or VOC ).
The Boer nation is mainly descended from Dutch, German and French Huguenots, who migrated to South Africa during the 17th, 18th and early 19th centuries.
The descendants of some of the Bandanese who fled Dutch conquest in the seventeenth century live in the Kai Islands ( Kepulauan Kei ) to the east of the Banda group, where a version of the original Banda language is still spoken in the villages of Banda Eli and Banda Elat on Kai Besar Island.
Dutch Calvinist settlers were also the first successful European colonizers of South Africa, beginning in the 17th century, who became known as Boers or Afrikaners.

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