[yen-zuh n for 1; yen-suh n for 2]
- J. Hans D. [hahns] /hɑns/, 1907–73, German physicist: Nobel Prize 1963.
- Jo·han·nes Vil·helm [yaw-hah-nuh s vil-helm] /yɔˈhɑ nəs ˈvɪl hɛlm/, 1873–1950, Danish poet and novelist: Nobel Prize 1944.
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Jensen is in a different political place than Grimes, and her more aggressive stance may indeed be a savvy strategic gambit.
To Jensen, however, the decision to be bold was much more personal.
Jensen has remained in contact with many of the tribal leaders, including abu-Risha, since leaving Iraq.Iraqi Sheiks Take the Fight to Al Qaeda in Fallujah
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“I think the evidence in this case is clear that Mr. Winston did nothing wrong in December,” Jensen said.Jameis Winston: No Rape Charges Filed
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“We have the responsibility to think through every product we buy and sell,” said Jensen.Wood Cards Are a Green Alternative to the Classic Plastic Gift Card
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To his credit be it said, Mr. Jensen did not deny her too abruptly.Pee-wee Harris
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See the proof as put together by Jensen, Kosmologie, pp. 293, 294.
The complete proof is brought by Jensen, Kosmologie, pp. 246-253.
See the admirable argument in Jensen, Kosmologie, pp. 185-195.
For the translation of these lines see Jensen, Kosmologie, p. 233.
- Johannes Vilhelm (joˈhanəs ˈvɪlhelm). 1873–1950, Danish novelist, poet, and essayist: best known for his novel sequence about the origins of mankind The Long Journey (1908–22). Nobel prize for literature 1944
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- German physicist who, with Maria Goeppert-Mayer, developed a model of the atomic nucleus that explained why certain nuclei were stable and had an unusual number of stable isotopes. For this work, Jensen and Goeppert-Mayer shared the 1963 Nobel Prize for physics with American physicist Eugene Wigner.
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