Henderson


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Hen·der·son

(hen'dĕr-sŏn),
Lawrence J., U.S. biochemist, 1878-1942. See: Henderson-Hasselbalch equation.
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It was men like Bert and Frank Davis, like Chester Johnson and Otto Frank, like Jelly Belly and the Pinkertons, like Henderson and all the rest of the scabs, who were beaten up, shot, clubbed, or hanged.
One of the stablemen who had not gone out, Henderson by name, worked at Billy's stables.
Beyond passive sentimental pity for Henderson's wife and children, she gave them no thought, her chief concern being for Otto Frank and Otto Frank's wife and children--herself and Mrs.
"Dot iss goot," Olaf Henderson muttered, regarding the gambler with profound admiration.
As I sat in my bunk examining it (the six hunters were all in the steerage, smoking and talking in loud voices), Henderson took a passing glance at it.
"I think, sir," Henderson said respectfully, "that I can answer for the servants.
Henderson proved totally different from any master Michael had had.
Not once did Henderson raise his voice sharply to Michael, and not once did Michael snarl a warning at him.
"Henderson," he called, "you saw that shooting star last night?"
Henderson went into the railway station at once, in order to telegraph the news to London.
Doctor Parcival appeared immediately after Will Henderson had disappeared.
He began to admire the fat unclean-looking man and, in the afternoon when Will Henderson had gone, looked forward with keen interest to the doctor's coming.