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Van Gent is a lunar impact crater on the far side of the Moon that is located to the south-southeast of the larger crater Konstantinov. About an equal distance to the east-southeast is Spencer Jones and to the southeast is Papaleksi . This crater joins the satellite crater Van Gent X to the northwest to form a double crater.
Van Ghent was baptised on 14 May 1626, in the church of Winssen. It is assumed he was born the same day. In 1642, he became provost of Elst, as a sinecure . Of noble birth, he made a career in the army from 1645 onwards; he started in the regiment of the Count of Hoorne; in 1648, he was promoted to the rank of captain, serving in said regiment.
A museum dedicated to the industrial heritage is located in Sas van Gent. Sas van Gent was a separate municipality until 2003, when it was merged with Terneuzen. The former municipality covered an area of 63.65 km² (of which 3.02 km² water). The former municipality of Sas van Gent also included the following towns, villages and townships ...
Hendrik van Gent. Hendrik van Gent (14 September 1899, Pernis – March 29, 1947, Amsterdam)  was a Dutch astronomer . He moved to South Africa in 1928 in order to observe the southern sky at the Leiden Southern Station and the Union Observatory in Johannesburg. He obtained his PhD from Leiden University in 1931.
Immobiliser. An immobiliser or immobilizer is an electronic security device fitted to a motor vehicle that prevents the engine from being started unless the correct key ( transponder or smart key) is present. This prevents the vehicle from being "hot wired" after entry has been achieved and thus reduces motor vehicle theft.
Manningham – the red light district is situated around Lumb Lane and Manningham Lane and was featured in the TV series Band of Gold.  Huddersfield. Great Northern Street  Leeds. Chapeltown – the traditional red light-area was around the Spencer Place and Avenue Hill streets.
Van Gent. Van Gent is a Dutch toponymic surname indicating an origin in the city Ghent, East Flanders.  A variant spelling is Van Ghent. People with this name include: Eugene Van Gent (1889–1949), American college football and basketball coach. Hendrik van Gent (c.1217–1293), Flemish theologian. Hendrik van Gent (1899–1947), Dutch ...