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Tiegem is a village in the municipality of Anzegem, near Oudenaarde, West-Flanders, Belgium. Tiegem was birthplace of St. Arnold of Soissons.
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Bailleul is a commune in the Nord department in northern France. It is located in French Flanders, 3 km (2 mi) from the Belgian border and 26 km (16 mi) northwest of Lille.
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Pieter Willem Korthals was a Dutch botanist. Korthals was the official botanist with the Dutch East India Service from 1831 to 1836. Among his many discoveries was the medicinal plant Kratom . Korthals wrote the first monograph on the tropical pitcher plants, "Over het geslacht Nepenthes", published in 1839.
Philippe Édouard Léon Van Tieghem was a French botanist born in Baillleul in the département of Nord. He was one of the best known French botanists of the latter nineteenth century.
Ouratea is a genus of flowering plants in the family (Ochnaceae).
Pyramimonadales are an order of green algae in the Chlorophyta.
David Van Tieghem is an American composer, musician, percussionist, drummer, keyboard player, performance artist, video artist and actor, notorious for his philosophy of utilizing any available object as a percussion instrument and his collaborations with the experimental rock artists Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno and David Byrne.
These Things Happen is the influential debut album by Electronica musician & percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1984. Although not his first musical work, it was his first proper album, notorious for Van Tieghem's use of percussion objects such as radio transmissions, a wine bottle, hair comb, metal ashtrays and balloons. It was commissioned for the dance "Fait Accompli", choreographed and directed by Twyla Tharp.
Safety in Numbers is the second studio album by American electronica musician & percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1987. Tony Levin, the longtime bassist for King Crimson, plays Chapman Stick on track 4. Safety in Numbers' music has been described as a "downtown" mix of pop, new-age, percussion music and electronic music.
Strange Cargo is the third studio album by American electronica musician & percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1989.
Spinellus is a genus of fungi in the Phycomycetaceae family. The widely distributed genus contains three species of pin mold that are parasitic on agaric mushrooms. The genus was circumscribed by Phillippe Edouard Leon van Tieghem in 1875.
Van Tieghem is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Muellerina is a genus of parasitic arial shrubs in the family Loranthaceae.
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Enemy Within is the seventh solo studio album by English singer-songwriter and guitarist Chris Spedding. The album was originally released in October 1986, on the label New Rose Records in France, and in Germany on Date Records. The album was recorded over a period of three years starting in 1982, at three different recording studios. The album is generally regarded as the culmination of the smoother, more adult-oriented sound of Spedding's later work. It was the six-year follow-up to his 1980 album I'm Not Like Everybody Else. The album features contributions from Tom Finn, Anton Fig, Jimmy Zoppi, David Van Tieghem, and Keith Lentin. The album was his last recording of original material for four years, until he released Cafe Days, in 1990.
Muellerina eucalyptoides is a hemiparasitic arial shrub in the family Loranthaceae. The species is endemic to Australia. M. eucalyptoides is pendulous in habit, unlike other Muellerina species, but has the long epicortical runners of all Muellerina species.
Decaisnina hollrungii is a species of flowering plant, an epiphytic hemiparasitic plant of the family Loranthaceae native to the New Guinea, Queensland, Australia, and in the Bismarck Archipelago and the Solomon Islands.
Amylotheca is a genus of hemi-parasitic arial shrubs in the family Loranthaceae, found in Borneo, Malaysia, New Caledonia, New Guinea, Australia, Sumatra, Thailand, and Vanuatu.