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Hage

Not to be confused with The Hague.

Hage (East Frisian: Haag) is a small East Frisian town in Lower Saxony, Germany. Located in the Aurich District close to the North Sea, approx. 5 km east of Norden, Hage has a population of 5,893 as of 31 December 2002. Hage is also the seat of the Samtgemeinde ("collective municipality") Hage.

It is believed people from the area emigrated to Sundsvall in Sweden centuries ago and kept Hage as their surname. Descendants of that group eventually emigrated to Australia around 1900, to South Stradbroke Island near the Gold Coast in the state of Queensland. To this day the descendants from that group maintain a strong presence in southeast Queensland.

Another Large group of people with the surname "HAGE" abodes the north-eastern part of India who are of mongoloid race.They belong to ethnic Apatani group and abodes the valley of ziro, particularly in a village called "Hari" in the Lower Subansiri District in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, India with latitude of 28 degree north and longitude of 95 degree east.

Hage (Samtgemeinde)

Hage is a Samtgemeinde ("collective municipality") in the district of Aurich, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Its seat is in the municipality Hage.

The Samtgemeinde Hage consists of the following municipalities:

  1. Berumbur
  2. Hage
  3. Hagermarsch
  4. Halbemond
  5. Lütetsburg

Category:Samtgemeinden in Lower Saxony

Hage (disambiguation)

Hage may refer to:

  • Hage, East Frisian town in Lower Saxony, Germany
  • Hage (Samtgemeinde), district of Aurich, in Lower Saxony, Germany
  • Hage Station, train station in Shimanto, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan

Usage examples of "hage".

A Maronite Christian, Hage had lived for years in the United States before returning to Beirut, and had developed important contacts in Washington, including Richard Perle, the influential neoconservative and outside advisor to the Pentagon.

Hage had also made intriguing contacts in Lebanon, including with a leading Syrian figure, who, in the weeks before the invasion of Iraq, put Hage together with Iraqi intelligence officials eager to get a message to Washington.

He told Hage that Iraq had no WMD, and to prove it the regime was willing to let the Americans in to look for themselves.

On returning to the United States, Hage was met at the airport by FBI agents, interrogated, and called the next day before the federal grand jury then investigating Bin Ladin.

As you said, Hage Borat, prime-field turbulence is exceedingly fundamental.

He had gone with other lords and nobles of the land to Graven Hage to swear allegiance to William III.

I was at Hage Station, very tired, wet, and footsore, after covering nearly twenty miles all told since I left my bed in the lighter.

A Maronite Christian, Hage had lived for years in the United States before returning to Beirut, and had developed important contacts in Washington, including Richard Perle, the influential neoconservative and outside advisor to the Pentagon.