“This is change occurring in a decadal times scale,” Hansen said.
Hansen noted that the field of political science has dissected no single subject as intensely and for as long as it has elections.
“The military tends to protect its own, up to a point,” Hansen said.
The adoption agency that arranged the placement last spoke to Hansen in January and found nothing amiss.
“The military is very independent of the media,” Hansen said.
Tobin, the little consumptive, sampled in this peculiar way, as did the hammer-handed Hansen of the every-ready scowl.
Its cause was discovered by Hansen in 1871 to be a specific bacillus.
Two or three of his business associates were coming to dinner; Hansen was to drive them all into the city later.
Hansen's note of alarm in 1854 was echoed by Leverrier in 1858.
Each snatched up his weapon—Hansen an ice-staff, JoHansen an axe, and Blessing nothing.
Hansen Han·sen (hān'sən, hän'-), Gerhard Henrik Armauer. 1746-1845.
Norwegian physician and bacteriologist who discovered (1869) the leprosy bacillus.