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the people of the Netherlands (including Holland); or relating to them (including the name of their language)
  • It was easy, while he was giving us the good news, to marvel at how depressed we'd been, almost without knowing it, easy to regard his round pink face with affection, easy to feel transformed as we came out of the hospital into the pleasant May air, which was sweetened and colored by the flowering crabapples and beds of tulips and Dutch iris that flanked the entrance, a display we hadn't even noticed upon going in.
    p. 58.3

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