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Kenny Howard - Von Dutch Originals, LLC
... Von Dutch is now an American multinational brand licensing company named after Kenny Howard ... Considering that the Von Dutch name is now a lucrative, licensed brand, it's ironic that Kenny Howard had famously stated "Use any of my stuff you want to ... Nothing is original ...
Tonny Sorensen - Kustom Kulture and Von Dutch Originals
... Venice mechanic introduced him to the art and design of Kenny "Von Dutch" Howard the father of the Kustom Kulture movement that has heavily influenced the fashion and style of hot ... by Howard, Sorensen set-out to make a film about Von Dutch’s life, which led him to Michael Cassel, who had earlier acquired the rights to reproduce the iconic “Von Dutch ... Sorensen invested in Von Dutch Originals in 2000 and became its CEO, opening the Von Dutch Melrose Avenue retail location that same year ...
First Anglo-Dutch War - Aftermath
21 October, so emphatically that now for the first time Cromwell came to understand that the Dutch hadn't the slightest inclination to join the Commonwealth ... against Spain, promising to repeal the Navigation Act in return for Dutch assistance in the conquest of Spanish America ... two of which were utterly unacceptable to the Dutch that all Royalists had to be expelled and that Denmark, the ally of the Republic, should be abandoned in its war ...
Zeelandic
... Zeelandic (Zeêuws in Zeelandic, Zeeuws in Dutch) is a regional language spoken in the Dutch province of Zeeland and on the South Holland island of ... Commonly considered a Dutch dialect, it has notable differences mainly in pronunciation, but also in grammar and vocabulary, which set it clearly apart from ...
Dutch - Other Uses
... Dutch, the magazine, a magazine in English about the Netherlands and the Dutch Dutch (film), a 1991 American comedy starring Ed O'Neill Dutch A Memoir of Ronald Reagan, a 1999 ...

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