- Pe·ter An·dre·as [pee-tuh r ahn-dree-ahs] /ˈpi tər ɑnˈdri ɑs/, 1795–1874, Danish astronomer.
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Contemporary Examples of hansen
Hansen, the driver, was my guide (although I wandered off unencumbered at times).
Hansen, our driver, says horses are frightened by unusual things (one has a crazed fear of wedding dresses).
Ikrimah exists “at the intersection” of Al-Qaeda and Al-Shabaab, says Hansen.Nairobi Mall Attack: Al Shabaab’s Scandinavian Connection
October 19, 2013
“Everyone involved in this story has serious credibility problems,” Hansen told The Daily Beast.A Confession to Murder—Quickly Withdrawn—Rocks Religious Community
November 30, 2012
Hansen illustrates the luck and logic, good and bad, that saw each resident of the town through the storm or lead to their demise.This Week’s Hot Reads: Nov. 26, 2012
November 26, 2012
Historical Examples of hansen
Hansen made use of the mode of suspension exhibited in Fig. 3.
"Now we've found someone that can put it all over Hansen," shouted one of them.Highacres
Its cause was discovered by Hansen in 1871 to be a specific bacillus.Jesus the Christ
James Edward Talmage
Gerrard had a great send-off when he left Hansen's for the coast.Tom Gerrard
Hansen, here, is one of the witnesses he tells me, and Hornby is the other.The Wind Before the Dawn
Dell H. Munger
Hansen(hăn′sən, hän′-)Gerhard Henrik Armauer 1746-1845
- Norwegian physician and bacteriologist who discovered (1869) the leprosy bacillus.