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Friesland (West Frisian)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Friesland (About this sound pronunciation, West Frisian, official: Fryslân, Dutch: Friesland) is a province in the north of the Netherlands. Up until the end of 1996, the province bore Friesland as its official name. In 1997 this Dutch name lost its official status to the Frisian Fryslân. Nevertheless, "Friesland" remains in common usage, being the Dutch (and English) name for the province. Friesland has 643,000 inhabitants (2005) and its capital is Leeuwarden (Ljouwert), with 91,817 inhabitants, in the center of the province.

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Urteilsbegründungen im "Hoge Raad van Holland, ...
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Gegenstand dieser Arbeit sind die Begründungen der Entscheidungen des obersten Gerichtshofs der niederländischen Provinzen Holland, Seeland und West-Friesland aus dem Zeitraum 1704-1787. Das Gericht hat seine Urteile nicht begründet. Gleichwohl sind die Erwägungen der Richter in den unveröffentlichten offiziellen Aufzeichnungen des Gerichts und andererseits in den privaten Notizen einzelner Richter, den Observationes Tumultuariae des Cornelis van Bijnkershoek, Willem Pauw und Johan van Bleiswijk erhalten. Ziel der Arbeit war eine Untersuchung, ob die fehlende Veröffentlichung der Urteilsbegründungen Auswirkungen auf die Entscheidungen des Gerichts hatte. Mithilfe der privaten Aufzeichnungen und der offiziellen Quellen wurden dazu am Beispiel des Kaufrechts die Entscheidungen des Gerichts vor dem Hintergrund der römisch-holländischen Dogmatik und unter Berücksichtigung des Prozessrechts untersucht.

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Urteilsbegründungen im "Hoge Raad van Holland, ...
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Gegenstand dieser Arbeit sind die Begründungen der Entscheidungen des obersten Gerichtshofs der niederländischen Provinzen Holland, Seeland und West-Friesland aus dem Zeitraum 1704-1787. Das Gericht hat seine Urteile nicht begründet. Gleichwohl sind die Erwägungen der Richter in den unveröffentlichten offiziellen Aufzeichnungen des Gerichts und andererseits in den privaten Notizen einzelner Richter, den Observationes Tumultuariae des Cornelis van Bijnkershoek, Willem Pauw und Johan van Bleiswijk erhalten. Ziel der Arbeit war eine Untersuchung, ob die fehlende Veröffentlichung der Urteilsbegründungen Auswirkungen auf die Entscheidungen des Gerichts hatte. Mithilfe der privaten Aufzeichnungen und der offiziellen Quellen wurden dazu am Beispiel des Kaufrechts die Entscheidungen des Gerichts vor dem Hintergrund der römisch-holländischen Dogmatik und unter Berücksichtigung des Prozessrechts untersucht.

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Ruigahuizen
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ruigahuizen (West Frisian: Rûgehuzen) is a small village in Gaasterlân-Sleat in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 130 citizens (2004). Fryslân (About this sound pronunciation (help·info), West Frisian, official: Fryslân, Dutch: Friesland) is a province in the north of the Netherlands. Up until the end of 1996, the province bore Friesland as its official name. In 1997 this Dutch name lost its official status to the Frisian Fryslân. Nevertheless, "Friesland" remains in common usage, being the Dutch (and English) name for the province. Friesland has 643,000 inhabitants (2005) and its capital is Leeuwarden (Ljouwert), with 91,817 inhabitants, in the center of the province.

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Ruigahuizen
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ruigahuizen (West Frisian: Rûgehuzen) is a small village in Gaasterlân-Sleat in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 130 citizens (2004). Fryslân (About this sound pronunciation (help·info), West Frisian, official: Fryslân, Dutch: Friesland) is a province in the north of the Netherlands. Up until the end of 1996, the province bore Friesland as its official name. In 1997 this Dutch name lost its official status to the Frisian Fryslân. Nevertheless, "Friesland" remains in common usage, being the Dutch (and English) name for the province. Friesland has 643,000 inhabitants (2005) and its capital is Leeuwarden (Ljouwert), with 91,817 inhabitants, in the center of the province.

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Oentsjerk
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oentsjerk (Dutch: Oenkerk) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 1758 citizens (2008). Tytsjerksteradiel (Dutch: Tietjerksteradeel) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands. It is named after the town of Tytsjerk, whose name is derived from a person named Tiete. Tiete was a daughter of Tryn, after whom the region (Trynwâlden) is named. The other villages in Trynwâlden are also named after Tryn's children: Oentsjerk (Oene), Gytsjerk (Giete), Readtsjerk (Reade), Aldtsjerk (Âlde), Ryptsjerk (Rype). A statue of Tryn and her children is placed in Oentsjerk next to the mainroad (Rengerswei). Tsjerk is the West Frisian word for Church. Until 1989 the official name of the municipality was Tietjerksteradeel (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)), the Dutch name, the current official name is West Frisian. The largest village in the municipality is Burgum.

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Oentsjerk
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oentsjerk (Dutch: Oenkerk) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 1758 citizens (2008). Tytsjerksteradiel (Dutch: Tietjerksteradeel) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands. It is named after the town of Tytsjerk, whose name is derived from a person named Tiete. Tiete was a daughter of Tryn, after whom the region (Trynwâlden) is named. The other villages in Trynwâlden are also named after Tryn's children: Oentsjerk (Oene), Gytsjerk (Giete), Readtsjerk (Reade), Aldtsjerk (Âlde), Ryptsjerk (Rype). A statue of Tryn and her children is placed in Oentsjerk next to the mainroad (Rengerswei). Tsjerk is the West Frisian word for Church. Until 1989 the official name of the municipality was Tietjerksteradeel (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)), the Dutch name, the current official name is West Frisian. The largest village in the municipality is Burgum.

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West Frisian Language
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. West Frisian is a language spoken mostly in the province of Friesland (Fryslân) in the north of the Netherlands. West Frisian is the name by which this language is usually known outside of the Netherlands, to distinguish it from the closely related Frisian languages of Saterland Frisian and North Frisian, which are spoken in Germany. Within the Netherlands however, the West Frisian language is the language of the province of Fryslân and is virtually always just called Frisian: Fries in Dutch, and Frysk in Frisian, Westfries is the Dutch name of the West Frisian dialect spoken in Westfriesland, a region in the province of North Holland.

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West Frisian Language
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. West Frisian is a language spoken mostly in the province of Friesland (Fryslân) in the north of the Netherlands. West Frisian is the name by which this language is usually known outside of the Netherlands, to distinguish it from the closely related Frisian languages of Saterland Frisian and North Frisian, which are spoken in Germany. Within the Netherlands however, the West Frisian language is the language of the province of Fryslân and is virtually always just called Frisian: Fries in Dutch, and Frysk in Frisian, Westfries is the Dutch name of the West Frisian dialect spoken in Westfriesland, a region in the province of North Holland.

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