[roi-ter; Dutch rœi-tuh r]
- Mi·chel A·dri·aans·soon de [Dutch mi-khuh l ah-dree-ahn-soon duh] /Dutch ˈmɪ xəl ˌɑ driˈɑn sun də/, 1607–76, Dutch admiral.
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The tilt caught on part of the waggon to which Ruyter belonged.
“They should be here by this time,” said Ruyter, in Dutch, to one of the men at his side.
“I tell you, Ruyter, it is in vain to join with the Kafirs,” said Orpin.
This action on the iris has been studied by Ruyter, Donders, and von Graefe.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
Alexander Wynter Blyth
The steamship 'Ruyter' came in yesterday, and sails tomorrow in the course of the day.The Wandering Jew, Complete
- Michiel Adriaanszoon de (miːˈxiːl ˌaːdriˈaːnsun də). 1607–76, Dutch admiral, noted for actions in the Anglo-Dutch wars in 1652–53, 1665–67, 1672, and 1673, when he prevented an Anglo-French invasion
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