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Jan·sen

(zahn'sĕn),
Albert, German otologist, 1859-1933. See: Jansen operation.
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WIM AND VIGOUR: Henrik Larsson and Jansen lap up the title glory that ended Rangers' 10-in-arow dream
Mr Jansen, 46, took over at Holmfirth in September 2015 and became only the fourth head since the school opened in 1959.
Meanwhile, Jansen will soon be reunited with his partner, Elena Davies, in the jury house.
We had been looking for ways to expand our platform to continue to deliver the excellent service and design that our clients have come to expect from Jansen Strawn, while increasing our market diversity and providing opportunities for our employees to grow, said Strawn.
The 40-person firm will now operate as Jansen Strawn Consulting Engineers, a Ware Malcomb company, and will maintain its current office at 45 West 2nd Avenue in Denver.
At Liverpool Crown Court David McLachlan, prosecuting, said Jansen was able to fly home, despite the fact his plane's undercarriage and propeller had sustained 45,000 euros (PS35,000) of damage.
Soon after, Jansen saw Wilson on TV, fighting for the Portland Wolfpack in the now-defunct International Fight League.
Recently, Dr Jansen served as chief scientific officer of Pfizer's Vaccine Research and Early Development Research Unit.
Jansen asserted that his tricorder can take atmospheric measurements, or ambient temperature, pressure or humidity.
Jansen, who was chief operating officer of Sodexo and CEO of its European business, was due to start at Brakes on 1 February, although he was to temporarily retain positions on Sodexo's German board and with an MoD project in Wales involving Sodexo.
There is no chance of the former Arsenal defender, 42, becoming Celtic boss and it is understood Jansen - who won the title in his one season with the club in 1997-98 - is not in the running to be Gordon Strachan's successor.