Dutch act

Dutch act

1. The act of committing suicide. The disparaging use of the word "Dutch" is a reference to the fierce rivalry between England and the Dutch in the 17th century. After her daughter died, we were worried that Mary might be tempted to do the Dutch act.
2. The act of deserting or fleeing from something, especially military duty. (See above for origin.) Robert is likely to be court-martialed for doing the Dutch act while on active duty in Iraq.
See also: act, Dutch
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pursuant to the provisions of Article 5:25i paragraph 2 of the Dutch Act on Financial Supervision (Wet op het Financieel Toezicht) and Article 4 paragraph 3, of the Decree on Public Takeover Bids (Besluit Openbare Biedingen Wft) in connection with the recommended public offer by FedEx Acquisition B.
This announcement is released pursuant to the EU Transparency Directive and the Dutch Act on financial supervision.
Hometown star Afrojack, who is scheduled to perform with Snoop Dogg, is also nominated for Best Electronic and Best Dutch Act.
The author (a legal consultant based in Paris, France) analyzes the 2005 Dutch Act on the Collective Settlement of Mass Damage Claims in relation to European private international law.
29) The Dutch act additionally criminalized torture, which was already an offense under U.
Yet the show was stolen by Dutch act Artvark, a jazz quartet that does not simply play, but performs the music.
These claims were settled under the Dutch Act on Collective Settlements of Mass Damages, which allows for the collective resolution for members of a class who do not opt out.
THEY have topped the charts with a song called We Like To Party, but a gig in Scotland for cheesy Dutch act The Vengaboys fell flat.
Which was the first Dutch act to top the British singles chart?
The Dutch act entertained guests in the VIP room with a great set - Peterborough chairman Barry Fry and funnyman Jimmy Carr did the honours during the dinner - before retiring to the lobby bar with the last guests standing.
pursuant to the provisions of Article 5:25i paragraph 2 of the Dutch Act on Financial Supervision (Wet op het Financieel Toezicht) and Article 4 paragraph 3 of the Decree on public offers Wft (Besluit Openbare Biedingen Wft, the Decree) in connection with the recommended public Offer by United Parcel Service, Inc.
The first Dutch act to ever appear on the famous Swiss label Purple Music, Ferdinard Lijnkamp - the man behind the name - plays more than 100 gigs a year in Holland alone apart from jetting off to Ibiza, Miami, Bangkok and the UAE.
pursuant to the provisions of Article 5:25i paragraph 2 of the Dutch Act on Financial Supervision (Wet op het Financieel Toezicht) and Article 4 paragraph 3, of the Decree on public offers Wft (Besluit Openbare Biedingen Wft, the Decree) in connection with the recommended public Offer by United Parcel Service, Inc.
As a result of the two decisions by the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, the Netherlands has taken the most pragmatic approach within Europe to aid investors and other claimants by enacting a law (the Dutch Act on the Collective Settlement of Mass Claims (the "Dutch Collective Settlement Act")) that allows them to reach a collective settlement with a defendant or group of defendants.
Building upon his accolades, such as his MTV EMA nomination for Best Dutch Act , and prosperity in 2013, Romero continues to make his indelible mark on the music industry and will begin the next era of his career with a debut album coming in 2014.