Van Der Elst
Van der Elst or Van Der Elst is a surname of Dutch origin. The name refers to:
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... Van der Elst or Van Der Elst is a surname of Dutch origin ... The name refers to François Van Der Elst (b. 1954), Belgian professional football player Franky Van Der Elst (b ...
... In 1998 Enzo Scifo and Franky Van Der Elst appeared in their fourth World Cups, setting a Belgian record ... Marc Wilmots equalled the record of Enzo Scifo and Franky Van Der Elst by appearing in 4 World Cup squads, although he didn't play in his first World Cup in 1990 ... Heremans Joacim Lamoot Ledent Pappaert Peeraer Putmans Simons Smellinckx Van Ingelgem Vandeweyer Versyp Voorhoof Welkenhuysen Goetinck Belgium squad – 1938 FIFA World Cup ...
... Violet Van der Elst (1882-1966) was born Violet Dodge, in Surrey, England ... In the 1930s she married Jean Van der Elst, a Belgian painter ...
... with the Hegelian tradition, he defended and amplified it in Die gegenwärtige Aufgabe der Philosophie (1852) and Verstehen und Beurteilen (1877) ... die Farben (1849), Aristoteles acht Bücher der Physik (1857), and numerous minor articles on smaller points, such as the authenticity of the thirty-eight books of the Problems ... The work by which he is best known is the Geschichte der Logik im Abendland (Leipzig, 1855–1870) ...
... Ceulemans (96 caps between 1977 and 1991), followed by Eric Gerets and Franky Van Der Elst (86 caps) ... topscorers are Bernard Voorhoof and Paul Van Himst with 30 goals each ... goalkeepers Jean-Marie Pfaff and Michel Preud'homme, René Vandereycken, Wilfried Van Moer, François and Leo Van der Elst, Raymond Mommens, Franky Van Der Elst, Franky Vercauteren, Luc ...
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