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/Dutch doːrn/
a town in the central Netherlands, in Utrecht province: residence of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany from his abdication (1919) until his death (1941)
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  • She now accepted the doorn de Bruijns and the Rantzows as indifferent acquaintances, but no longer as friends.

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  • February 7th was a repetition of the 6th, except that the gun on doorn Kloof paid slightly more attention to our position.

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  • He stated that some 200 Dutchmen were ensconced on doorn Kop near his camp, and asked for help in order to effect their capture.

  • “I know of something,” said Mrs. doorn de Bruijn; and a sudden anxiety came over her placid melancholy.

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  • “I saw the resident speaking very seriously to the regent,” said doorn de Bruijn.

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