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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Glunz & Jensen Holding is a Denmark-based company engaged in the development, manufacture and marketing of solutions in the prepress industry.
Jensen signed for Arsenal after scoring a spectacular goal for Denmark as they win the European Championships in the summer of 1992.
Jensen fired three shots while another officer simultaneously fired a Taser, and both uses of force were in compliance with department policy, according to an independent professional standards investigation completed by Hillard Heintze LLC of Chicago.
" Lyza Sia, brand manager Georg Jensen Philippines Julia Goh adds, "I think of Georg Jensen as a brand for an intelligent, thinking woman.
When co-founder and CEO Tom Gordon hired Jensen, Slim Chickens was running so lean that Jensen commuted from his home in Dallas and slept on Gordon's couch.
The jury heard Miss Gwin was angry that Jensen knew about the rent arrears and sent a message to the defendant's aunt telling her she would "rip Jensen's head off" if she continued to contact her.
Jensen Investment Management is manager of the Jensen Funds.
The complaint stated that the Stake High Council held a meeting in 2007 to discuss Jensen's sexual abuse of his younger sibling and another minor.
After Morecambe's first heart attack just two months later, the Jensen became famous in its own right as the comedian recounted the story of how Yorkshireman Walter Butterworth jumped into the driving seat late one evening to drive him to Leeds Infirmary, saving his life.
Jensen Gomez (vocals/guitar): In a convenience store.
Judge Jensen is a leader in our states legal community and, with 14 years on the bench, he is widely respected, said Gov.
I think Jensen's commentary might find the most resistance in those places where he argues for the philosophical interest and plausibility of Nietzsche's proto-Neo-Kantian approach to history, especially in its characteristically Nietzschean aesthetic formulation.