American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hogan, William Benjamin Known as "Ben.” 1912-1997. American golfer. He won the U.S. Open championship (1948, 1950, 1951, and 1953), the PGA championship (1948), and the British Open (1953).
“HOGAN: Yea but you know, a lot of people call me hey Hogan.”
“Please visit www. unc.edu/hogan to learn more about my ideas and vote Hogan for SBP today!”
“KELLER'S HOGAN CELEBRITY WRESTLING TV REPORT 10 / 25 (Week 2): Rodman gets injured, Hogan says work injured, Bischoff sneers”
“Well, in the case of LAX they can say that was before what we call the Hogan reset took place.”
“Brooke Hogan is flaunting a newly slim bikini body, thanks to a twice-a-day workout regimen.”
“Clarke Hogan is convinced it would have a "fiscal impact".”
“Hogan is pointing out, inartfully, that it is a breach of legislative protocol to accept an amendment to get a bill passed and then to opportunistically remove the amendment later.”
“Tom Vanderbilt on Spiral Jetta by Erin Hogan: I was never quite sure what Hogan was looking for when she set out — self-fulfillment or some new insights into what art is, or what it is for — or indeed whether she found it.”
“God only knows what Hogan will try to sneak into the budget for Jankowski (with Howell's OK), now that Hogan is a budget conferee.”
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