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Explanation: Ridder in de...: normally there should follow something when it reads 'in de' (= in the / or 'knighted by...') (e.g. an order /when speaking about an Order (e.g. in England: Order of St-George)).
... of Wales. has also been knighted in recognition of his research into developing
vaccines, including one to prevent cervical cancer. He has also chaired the ...