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Some articles on van, van dam, match:

Van Eyck
... Van Eyck (or van Eyck), also Van Eijk (or van Eijk) is a Dutch surname meaning "of Eyck" or "of Eijk" (literal translation "of the Oak tree") ...
Van, Texas - Education
... The City of Van is served by the Van Independent School District and home to the Van High School Vandals ...
Rob Van Dam - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment - Reviving ECW and Mr. Money in The Bank (2005–2007)
... While recuperating, Van Dam made an appearance at the ECW reunion pay-per-view ECW One Night Stand ... manager Bill Alfonso and sporting a knee brace, Van Dam delivered a worked shoot promo, standing up for ECW and criticizing the way he had been booked in WWE, until he was attacked by Rhyno ... He was saved by Sabu, who defeated Rhyno in an impromptu match ...
Famous Inhabitants of Ommen
... Albertus van Raalte (1811–1876), preacher and founder of Holland, Michigan August Pieter van Groeningen (1866–1894), writer Johanna van Buren (1881–1981 ...
Rob Van Dam - Professional Wrestling Career - Extreme Championship Wrestling - Teaming With Sabu (1996–1998)
... At Natural Born Killaz, Van Dam defeated Doug Furnas in a match ... Post-match, Van Dam offered Furnas a handshake, but Furnas instead hit Van Dam with a short-arm clothesline, starting a rivalry between the two ... After his rivalry with Furnas expanded to also include Dan Kroffat, Van Dam wanted a tag team partner of his own ...

Famous quotes containing the words dam, match and/or van:

    The devil take one party and his dam the other!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    What have Massachusetts and the North sent a few sane representatives to Congress for, of late years?... All their speeches put together and boiled down ... do not match for manly directness and force, and for simple truth, the few casual remarks of crazy John Brown on the floor of the Harper’s Ferry engine-house,—that man whom you are about to hang, to send to the other world, though not to represent you there.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Language is conceived in sin and science is its redemption.
    —Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)