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Gan·ser

(gahn'sĕr),
Siegbert J.M., German psychiatrist, 1853-1931. See: Ganser commissure, Ganser syndrome, nucleus basalis of Ganser.
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Other band members include Eric Marshall on drums, Jeff Foster and Charles Gansa on guitar, and Harold Jones on flute.
Speaking about the possibility of Carrie and Quinn's romance, Alex Gansa, showrunner of "Homeland," had said to (http://tvline.
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Homeland co-creator and showrunner Alex Gansa released a statement to Entertainment Weekly saying, "We wish we'd caught these images before they made it to air.
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block, The Honorable Patrick Kennedy (Rhode Island) and Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, producers of the popular television show "Homeland," were honored for their contributions to reducing stigma surrounding illnesses of the mind and brain.
Nevins revealed that Gansa interviews some "Washington insiders and real-life intelligence operatives before deciding each season's narrative.
We love our show, and we bleed for our show,'' said Alex Gansa, a creator of "Homeland.
But it's amazing to go onto Twitter and see people responding to television shows like Homeland the way the students used to when its creator, Alex Gansa, was my student handing in his stories.
The show's creators, Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, have said she is "loosely based" on a real CIA officer, to whom Danes was given access for the role.