Sorensen

[sur-uh n-suh n; Danish sœ-ruh n-suh n]
noun
  1. 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.

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    How the Left Spun the Kennedy Myth

    Ira Stoll

    November 10, 2013

  • Neither White nor Sorensen nor Schlesinger deserve blanket condemnations.

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    How the Left Spun the Kennedy Myth

    Ira Stoll

    November 10, 2013

  • Mr. Sorensen, a longtime friend of the Petersons, was recovering from a recent stroke and had all but lost his eyesight.

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    'Ask Not' Who Wrote JFK's Best Lines

    Mark Katz

    November 1, 2010

  • I sat quietly for a moment so Mr. Sorensen could hear what I suspected might be the first line of the speech.

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    'Ask Not' Who Wrote JFK's Best Lines

    Mark Katz

    November 1, 2010

  • “Reagan started the practice, which I thought was a little corny, but it worked,” Sorensen said.

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    What Obama Should Say

    Samuel P. Jacobs

    January 25, 2010

Historical Examples of sorensen