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The Voisin de Caters : The making of II By Brussels Air Museum Foundation
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This booklet of 46 pages describes the construction of the replica of the Voisin biplane of Pierre de Caters at the Royal Army Museum Air & Space Hall in Brussels. This pioneer aircraft celebrate... More > the first Belgian pilot. This publication contains more that 100 illustrations most of them in color. All the benefits of this book will be used for future aircraft restoration (see www.bamf.be)< Less
The Voisin de Caters : The making of II By Brussels Air Museum Foundation
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This booklet of 46 pages describes the construction of the replica of the Voisin biplane of Pierre de Caters at the Royal Army Museum Air & Space Hall in Brussels. This pioneer aircraft celebrate... More > the first Belgian pilot. This publication contains more that 100 illustrations most of them in color. All the benefits of this book will be used for future aircraft restoration (see www.bamf.be)< Less
A Beginners Guide to Brussels Griffons By Richard Groban
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The three variations of this dog, the Brussels Griffon (Griffon bruxellois), the Belgian Griffon (Griffon belge), and the Petit Brabançon, all descend from an old type of dog called a Smousje,... More > a rough coated, small terrier-like dog kept in stables to eliminate rodents, similar to the Dutch Smoushond. The little wire-haired dog in the foreground of the Jan van Eyck painting The Arnolfini Marriage is thought to be an early form of this breed. In Belgium coachmen were fond of their alert little Griffons d’Ecurie (wiry coated stable dogs) and in the 19th century, they bred their Griffons with imported toy dogs. Breeding with the Pug and King Charles Spaniel brought about the current breed type, but also brought the short black coat that led to the Petits Brabançon, which was originally a fault in the breed.< Less
Travel Journal Brussels By E Locken
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Travel Journal Brussels - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Brussels, Belgium. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record... More > and remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Brussels.Sprout 2016
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Let Sprout's grumpy face brighten each day in 2017! His calendar features a mix of some of his top 2016 Instagram posts as well as never-before-seen images
Brussels and the Grand Place By Susanne Pacher
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The Grand Place, also called the Grote Markt, in Brussels is one of Europe’s most magnificent main squares. Anchored by a flamboyant Gothic city hall, the square bedazzles visitors with its... More > opulent guildhalls which are a testimony to the wealth of 17th century merchants and craftsmen. Steps away, the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert provide a unique shopping environment in a historic 19th century glazed shopping arcade that purveys unique products from Belgium and around the world.< Less
OUTPUTS - Brussels 2009 By College of Architecture Texas Tech University
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OUTPUTS showcases the best student work produced during the Brussels Study Abroad program 2009. This program is a summer studio offered at the College of Architecture at Texas Tech University.
OUTPUTS - Brussels 2009 By College of Architecture Texas Tech University
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OUTPUTS showcases the best student work produced during the Brussels Study Abroad program 2009. This program is a summer studio offered at the College of Architecture at Texas Tech University.
Bombs Over Brussels By Mark Verma
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A compilation of humorous quotes, real and imagined, about the European Union and its member nations as well as surrounding countries.
Brussels Sprout By Richard Hernaman Allen
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1975. The Secretary of the EEC Commission asks Nick and Rosemary Storey to investigate a discrepancy of nearly £10 million in EEC money used to rationalise coal and steel production in EEC... More > countries. They quickly identify transactions where the Commission has been defrauded and how it was carried out. But the fraudsters seem cautious and cunning, leaving few traces – except the involvement of a small man wearing glasses with very thick lenses and a Chinese pistol in the cupboard of a French-Vietnamese woman working in the area of the Commission where the fraud took place and who has since disappeared. Various leads and assumptions lead them to Vietnamese bankers and a Dutchman working in the Commission, all of whom may be spies. But who the fraudster is and what happens to him are completely unexpected. “Brussels Sprout” is the ninth book published in a series of detective stories mostly set in Customs & Excise by Richard Hernaman Allen, a former Commissioner.< Less