User talk:Andries Van den Abeele

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Gabriel Fragnière[edit]

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Two references have been added Andries Van den Abeele (talk) 00:27, 5 November 2010 (UTC)

Werner Ungerer[edit]

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A reference has been added Andries Van den Abeele (talk) 00:27, 5 November 2010 (UTC)

Introduction[edit]

Hiya, I see you added an "Introduction" heading to Dominique Strauss-Kahn sexual assault case; this is not the usual practice on Wikipedia articles. The lead area (above the table of contents) is what we use as the summary and introduction. You can read more about this idea at MOS:LEAD --Errant (chat!) 14:06, 7 June 2011 (UTC)

Yes, but this lead is unusually long, which also is not in line with the usual practice. A summary should be just a couple of lines. If not separated as an 'introduction', than the rest should be information to be included in the chapters that follow. Andries Van den Abeele (talk) 14:14, 7 June 2011 (UTC)

Hiya, no the lead summary can be of any reasonable length - but the accepted format is four paragraphs - it summarises what is contained in the rest of the article. Sometimes leads contain new information not elsewhere in the article; this isn't accepted practice but usually it gets worked into the article eventually. As I mentioned; MOS:LEAD has a lot more detail on this. --Errant (chat!) 14:28, 7 June 2011 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Patricia Carson[edit]

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Question[edit]

Hi Mr. Andries Van den Abeele, Foraa was so kind as to give me your name because you might be able to answer this question. I tried on you Dutch userpage but I guess you have not visited that page recently. Thank you. Lotje ツ (talk) 13:07, 20 December 2011 (UTC)

  • Dag Lotje, 'Ipgewarmde kost' of 'ipgewarmde kaffie' kan gebruikt worden in de zin van opnieuw opgerakeld nieuws dat eigenlijk al oud of afgezaagd is. Wat 'ragol(le) betreft, dit betekent 'te sterke koffie'. met hartelijke groeten, Andries Van den Abeele (talk) 16:46, 20 December 2011 (UTC)

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Thank you. Has been corrected. Andries Van den Abeele (talk) 09:01, 12 March 2014 (UTC)

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ennoblement of de Schaepdrijver[edit]

As I posted on the article's talk page: As published in the Moniteur Belge of 19 July 2016:

Adellijke gunsten Op voordracht van de Vice-Eerste Minister en Minister van Buitenlandse Zaken heeft de Koning bij koninklijke besluiten van 10 juli 2016 de volgende adellijke gunsten verleend: - vergunning van de persoonlijke titel van barones aan Mevr. Sophie DE SCHAEPDRIJVER en Mevr. Isabelle SALMON; - vergunning van de persoonlijke titel van baron aan de heren Eddy BRUYNINCKX, Jacques DELEN, Dominique LAMBERT, Joseph MARTIAL, Pierre RION en Johannes (Hans) VANHOUTTE.

The fact one has to "buy" a certificate and heraldic arms, are a mere formality but the ennoblement itself dates from the date of the royal decree if the procedure is followed through. The right is only forfeited if those obligations haven't been fulfilled within 5 years of the Royal Decree. For simplicity's sake it is better - and is also up to now general practice - to make abstraction of this, and to only note if and when the rare case arises that those conditions are not met (like with Marie-France Botte )-- fdewaele 20 July 2016, 13:17.

Sorry, but you are wrong. The ennoblement will date not from 10th of july 2016, but from the date when obligations are fulfilled and accepted. When they are, the ennoblement is confirmed, and the date is the one of this confirmation. You can see this as fact by all the ennoblements of the last years. Therefore my change is correct and yours is not. Marie-France Botte is not the only example. best regards, Andries Van den Abeele (talk) 14:28, 20 July 2016 (UTC)

Lijst Grand cordon[edit]

Dag Andries, can yoou please find some more people and dates of Royal decrees to complete this list? Thank you, regards. --Carolus (talk) 10:44, 26 October 2016 (UTC)

Luc Calliou[edit]

"Orphan" means that there no links TO this artitle from other articles. "dead end" would mean that there were no links from this article to others. I hope that makes it clearer.PamD 01:25, 5 November 2016 (UTC)

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Nieuwjaarswensen[edit]

Glas re-cycling in next year (2017)? number written in ice on container in Marburg (Germany) 2016-12-31.jpg
2017
Andries, moge het een goed jaar voor je worden...

Lotje (talk) 16:03, 23 December 2016 (UTC)

Van de Werve[edit]

Merci, pour regarder ICI--Carolus (talk) 17:59, 12 March 2017 (UTC)