- So·ren Pe·ter Lau·ritz [sœ-ruh n pey-tar lou-rits] /ˈsœ rən ˈpeɪ tær ˈlaʊ rɪts/, 1868–1939, Danish chemist: developed pH scale.
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Contemporary Examples of sorensen
Such a portrayal may have been flattering to Sorensen, or somehow psychologically soothing to the former aide.
Neither White nor Sorensen nor Schlesinger deserve blanket condemnations.
Mr. Sorensen, a longtime friend of the Petersons, was recovering from a recent stroke and had all but lost his eyesight.
I sat quietly for a moment so Mr. Sorensen could hear what I suspected might be the first line of the speech.
“Reagan started the practice, which I thought was a little corny, but it worked,” Sorensen said.What Obama Should Say
Samuel P. Jacobs
January 25, 2010
Historical Examples of sorensen
Mr. Sorensen, he asked in all innocence, have you got a patent on that battery?
As for Captain Sorensen—why, it's the pride after the fall, instead of before it.
You did not think that what Bunker said was true—did you, Captain Sorensen?
The captain, my old friend Sorensen, knew her as he knew his wife.My Danish Sweetheart., Volume 1 of 3
William Clark Russell
Thorn climbed out wearily and saw the man who called himself Sorensen climb out of the second jeep.