Maas

Maas is the name, in English borrowed from the Dutch language, of a river that is also named Meuse (river), in English borrowed from French language. The practical use in English may be influenced by the context at a lower or upper stream location.

Maas is a Dutch and North German surname. It is the modern (after 1804) northern Dutch spelling of the name Maes due to the standardisation of the northern Dutch spelling under Matthijs Siegenbeek.

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Marie Menken - Personal Life
... In 1931 she met Willard Maas, a professor of literature at Wagner College in Staten Island ... Menken and Maas lived in a penthouse at 62 Montague Terrace in Brooklyn ... As core members of the Gryphon Group, Menken and Maas were highly respected by the experimental and avant-garde art circles of the time ...
Meuse-Rhine Euroregion
... The Meuse–Rhine Euregion (Dutch Euregio Maas–Rijn, French Eurorégion Meuse–Rhin, German Euregio Maas–Rhein, Limburgish Euregio Maas–Rien) is a Euroregion created in 1976, with judicial status achieved in ...
Maas International
... Maas International is through its leading role in the IVA (International Vending Alliance) part of the largest vending machine operating network in the world ... Maas International/IVA with an install base over 600,000 vending machines in operation worldwide is considered one of the largest companies in the industry ... and Africa), Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America Next to the operations, Maas International puts a lot of emphasis on development of new and innovative ...
Chris Maas
... Chris Maas is an American canoe sailor ... Maas became the 2008 World Champion in the development canoes event by finishing in front of fellow Americans Steve Clark and Oliver Moore ...