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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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Mr Moogan was driving his Mercedes on a Los Angeles freeway and was allegedly rear-ended by a Chevrolet driven by Chester "Chet" Hanks, the couple's son, who coowned the car.
Yet, while Hanks recreated the accent, he accidently said the f-word, and right after saying the word, Hanks immediately expresses shock, as does host Elizabeth Vargas.
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.
I brought to Waupaca marketing and sales experience combined with foundry process knowledge," said Hanks.
De la Garza wondered how many ocelot overcoats Jorge Hank might have sold or traded as he trekked around the Orient, but she didn't get to question him because--as has been the case in other scrapes with the law--Jorge Hank was freed from custody within hours.