- a kingdom in W Europe, bordering the North Sea, N of France. 11,779 sq. mi. (30,508 sq. km). Capital: Brussels.
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Contemporary Examples of belgium
Other cases were reported in the 1990s in Italy and Belgium.Are Water Births Toxic to Babies?
December 12, 2014
Duncan arrived at Dulles International Airport in Washington from Liberia (via Belgium) on Sept. 20.Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows: October 26
October 26, 2014
After following the epidemic closely from his native Belgium, Colebunders is extremely hopeful that the answer will be the blood.Blood Is Ebola’s Weapon and Weakness
October 26, 2014
Prior to her arrest, Johnson was living under partial immunity in Gent, Belgium, while a case was being built against her.Caught: Female Assassin Who Allegedly Murdered Five American Nuns
Barbie Latza Nadeau
September 22, 2014
Wendig in Munich in 1943, who asked him to travel to Belgium to purchase gold, jewelry, and pictures.On the Trail of Nazi Counterfeiters
Dr. Kevin C. Ruffner
September 20, 2014
Historical Examples of belgium
All that Belgium knew in the Great War they knew time and time again.The Conquest of Fear
He was a M. Gerson, and was going to Belgium to take his grandson to his godmother's.My Double Life
Belgium has the best-developed track system on the continent.
In Belgium the average cost of the right of way was $11,000.
The one country with which they sympathized deeply was Belgium.The Boy Scouts on Belgian Battlefields
Lieut. Howard Payson
- a federal kingdom in NW Europe: at various times under the rulers of Burgundy, Spain, Austria, France, and the Netherlands before becoming an independent kingdom in 1830. It formed the Benelux customs union with the Netherlands and Luxembourg in 1948 and and was a founder member of the Common Market, now the European Union. It consists chiefly of a low-lying region of sand, woods, and heath (the Campine) in the north and west, and a fertile undulating central plain rising to the Ardennes Mountains in the southeast. Languages: French, Flemish (Dutch), German. Religion: Roman Catholic majority. Currency: euro. Capital: Brussels. Pop: 10 444 268 (2013 est). Area: 30 513 sq km (11 778 sq miles)
c.1600, "Low Germany and the Netherlands," from the Latin name of the territory near here occupied by the Belgæ, a Celtic tribe. Adopted 1830 as the name of a new nation formed from the southern part of the former United Kingdom of the Netherlands.