American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Andersen, Hans Christian 1805-1875. Danish writer known for his fairy tales, including "The Princess and the Pea” and "The Ugly Duckling.”
- n. a Danish author remembered for his fairy stories (1805-1875)
“JOSEPH BERARDINO, CEO, ARTHUR ANDERSEN: Andersen will have to change to restore the public's interest and confidence, and we are working hard to identify the changes we need to make.”
“Tanya Andersen is a 42-year-old single mother of an eight-year-old daughter living in Tualatin, Oregon.”
“I spent a good deal of time studying European welfare states as an academic pursuit, and based on what I read (Esping-Andersen is supposedly the authority on the matter), the countries of northern Europe are generally referred to as “Social Democratic” states.”
“Tanya Andersen is now famous as the woman who took the RIAA on and won.”
“Mikkel Andersen is a lecturer in the Department of Physics University of Otago in New Zealand, and Flora Lichtman, thank you for taking time, too.”
“Mikkel Andersen is a lecturer in the Department of Physics at the University of Otago in New Zealand.”
“The Three Bears, comfortably living out a life of rural solitude in Andersens wood.”
“SHORTCOMINGS: Andersen is a finesse player; he does not have a lot of toughness or strength.”
“About him: A bastion of longevity and accuracy, Andersen is the NFL's career record holder for most points (2,544) and most field goals (565).”
“Chris Andersen scored on a fast break with 1: 42 left before intermission, drawing a flagrant foul from Marion (one that eventually knocked Andersen from the game) and made the free throw for a 55-36 Denver lead.”
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