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Hi Pam,
I think ArA stands for Arbeidsrechtelijke Annotaties.
Best,
Wiltrud

Pamela Snyman wrote:
> Dear Int-Lawers
>
> Another "continental" stumper. (I really am having a hard time with the
> numerous Dutch and German requests coming my way recently).
>
> This time it is:
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> "C.J. Loonstra en W.A. Zondag, Het begrip ‘werknemer’ in nationaal,
> rechtsvergelijkend en communautair perspectief, ArA 2001/1"
>
> I cannot find out what ArA is (likely to be in the labour law area).
>
> I did find this site http://www.ara-online.nl/ but that just does not
> seem to be the right ArA.
>
> Once again your help in identifying the citation as a starting point
> and then possibly tracing the article itself
> will be much appreciated.
>
> Pamela Snyman
> Law Library
> University of Cape Town
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