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Hanson

[han-suh n] /ˈhæn sən/
noun
1.
Duane, 1925–1996, U.S. artist and sculptor.
2.
Howard (Harold) 1896–1981, U.S. composer.
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  • Jimmy's tone was equable, but he shot Hanson a quick glance.

    The Black Pearl Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
  • His tone was mild, and that spelt danger to Hanson, had he known it.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • "No, I'm just down for a few days," replied Hanson genially.

    The Black Pearl Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
  • Hanson was just going out the door as Carrie came from her room.

    Sister Carrie Theodore Dreiser
  • As Mrs. Hanson rushed in from the back yard, Bud returned to the angry captive's side.

    Cow-Country B. M. Bower

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