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Hanks

(hangks),
Horace Tracy, U.S. surgeon, 1837-1900. See: Hanks dilators.

Hanks

(hangks),
John H., 20th-century U.S. microbiologist. See: Hanks solution.
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I have never done that before," Hanks said, before apologizing specifically to the younger audience.
Hanks isn't the only one in Hollywood with whom McAvoy's kept in touch.
Mr Hanks, 32, of Shotwick Park, Seahill Road, Saughall, Chester, achieved a first class degree and was attached to the Fleet Air Arm with plans for a military career flying Sea Harrier jets.
William ``Wild Bill'' Guarnere - stepped on stage to laud Hanks.
When his kids were young enough, Hanks used to read ``The Polar Express'' to them around the holidays.
After graduating from high school, Hanks spent the first 28 years of his career with Texas Foundries (Citation Co.
I watched Al Pacino and wanted to be an actor, which went hand-in-hand with listening to Bob Dylan records and wanting to say something that would last for more than two years,'' Hanks said.
Hanks joined MK in 1978 and was named assistant general counsel in 1982.
Tom Hanks is the genteel Southern gentleman Goldthwait Higginson Dorr III, Ph.
Later, he sings in Yugoslavian with Hanks and a crowd of extras in an airport terminal bar.
OK, so criminality on a grand scale, with a subtext of broken family trauma familiar from many a Spielberg film (and, not coincidentally, from the real-life experiences of Hanks, DiCaprio and the filmmaker), may not be everybody's idea of a busman's holiday.