Jensen


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Jen·sen

(yen'sĕn),
Edmund Z., Danish ophthalmologist, 1861-1950. See: Jensen disease.

Jen·sen

(yen'sĕn),
Carl O., Danish veterinary surgeon and pathologist, 1864-1934. See: Jensen sarcoma.
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It was during a TV interview with Michael Parkinson in 1973 when Eric was telling the story of his rescue in the Jensen that the current owner, a then young Nick Whale, heard his father note: "That Jensen would be a great car to own one day.
Sam Valenia (guitar/vocals): Ako naman, at the time, Jensen was recording demos, and he invited me to record some backup vocal tracks.
Daugaard to the South Dakota Supreme Court, said Judge Jensen.
This finally evolved into the Jensen S-type which went into production in 1935.
Though his knowledge of flora, fauna, and things that buzz and fly is quite impressive, Jensen broadens The Garden Interior through recollections of a traveled and well-read life.
Mr Heslop said: "They are versions of the same theme - an original 1970s Jensen Interceptor, bare-metalled, fully restored in the body and modernised with modern running gear.
Contributions may be made in memory of Carol Jensen to: American Cancer Society, 44 Bearfoot Road, Suite 1C, Northboro, MA 01532.
One point separated Jensen from Korman and it was one more point down to Quintero to decide the first three places in the round robin: Jensen finished first, Korman took second and Quintero fell to third.
The latest incarnation of Jensen comes eight years after a previous scheme to revive the brand originating in the Midlands ended in failure amid huge debts.
Jensen replied that he was simply trying to make the signatures darker because when he faxed them to the ticketing office, the color was muted.
The relationship, which began in 2006 when Jensen was just 16, has seen the Icelandic driver become the youngest ever race winner in the Formula Palmer Audi Championship, finishing the season as runner-up having clinched 6 wins, 11 podium positions and a record 8 pole positions.
Georg Jensen was born on August 31,1866 (the seventh of eight children) in Radvaad, Denmark, in a cluster of homes around a factory north of Copenhagen in lovely countryside.