American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hahn, Otto 1879-1968. German chemist. He won a 1944 Nobel Prize for his work on atomic fission.
- n. German chemist who was co-discoverer with Lise Meitner of nuclear fission (1879-1968)
“I believe Scott Hahn, is his contribution to the George Kelly tribute, said something like, Sure, the Resourcement guys were great!”
“Hahn is executive producer of Frankenweenie 3D, so is in a position to know where that film stands.”
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“Off the bench, junior guard Zach Hahn is a career 42 percent shooter from 3-point range.”
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“In addition to discovering the Bin 36 I really enjoyed seeing the connection of the new media messaging Hahn is driving.”
“While technically inaccurate (since ghost stories -- of which Hahn is a master -- are fantasy), I think what they mean is that this is her first book with magical beings, witches and fairies, in it.”
“As many as four true freshmen are likely to get playing time, including infielder J.C. Holt, outfielder Dustin Hahn (son of former Mets player Don Hahn), outfielder Jay Mattox (fourth-round pick, White Sox), and catcher Jon Zeringue (third round, White Sox).”
“I cannot help believing that Kurt Hahn is absolutely right in his idea of the "grand passion".”
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