Hollander is the (informal and incorrect) Dutch term for people from the Netherlands or specifically Holland proper. Variants of German origin include Hollaender and Holländer.

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Hollander - Other Uses
... Flying Dutchman), a 1843 opera by Richard Wagner Hollander rabbit, a breed of rabbit Hollander beater, a machine used in paper production process ...
Loek Hollander
... Loek Hollander is a prominent Dutch karate practitioner ... Hollander earned his 1st dan ranking in 1965 ... Hollander was the fourth person ever to complete the 100-man kumite in 1967 After Sosai Masutatsu Oyama's death, new director Shokei Matsui appointed ...
Sidney Hollander Award - The Sidney Hollander Foundation
1941, a foundation was set up in order to honor Sidney Hollander ... Hollander was a very influential humanitarian living in Baltimore, Maryland during the mid-20th century ... Being a humanitarian, Hollander was an avid believer that all men should be treated equally ...
L.P. Hollander Company Building - Building Tenants
... March 15, 1933, the fashion boutique "Joseph's" opened shops at the Hollander Building ... Hollander Company ... In December 1939, the Hollander Building was leased for twenty-one years to Stouffer's for a new unit in its chain of restaurants ...

Famous quotes containing the word hollander:

    When Adam found his rib was gone
    He cursed and sighed and cried and swore
    And looked with cold resentment on
    The creature God has used it for.
    —John Hollander (b. 1929)

    Though shoulder, bosom, lip, and knee
    Are praised in every kind of art,
    Here is love’s true anatomy:
    His rib is gone; he’ll have her heart.
    —John Hollander (b. 1929)