Definitions

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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From Hann +‎ -kin.

Examples

  • First-time swapper Amy Hankin of Upper Darby, Pa., tries on a little black vest during a clothing swap at Bohema, a boutique in Philadelphia.

    Sign of the times: Going swapping, not shopping

  • It's written by David Mamet as well as Hillary Hankin.

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  • These cuts cannot go into effect because of the federal law, Hankin said.

    UPDATED: General Assembly may have to reopen the budget for Medicaid fix

  • Hankin estimated about 30,000 children and hundreds of pregnant mothers would have been barred from enrolling in the FAMIS if the cut had gone through.

    UPDATED: General Assembly may have to reopen the budget for Medicaid fix

  • When World War I broke out Hankin, like many businessmen in Palestine, was charged with treason, arrested, imprisoned in Jerusalem and deported to Sivas in Anatolia.

    Olga Belkind-Hankin.

  • While Hankin was involved in buying lands in the Jezreel Valley, Emek Hefer and the Galilee, a great crisis broke out, later known as the Tiomkin Era.

    Olga Belkind-Hankin.

  • The house is still there, on the border of the large land purchase Hankin made in 1891 for the private associations that founded Haderah.

    Olga Belkind-Hankin.

  • Not only did she urge Hankin to take risks by buying land in Rehovot, but also, as many businesses failed when the crisis erupted, she was the one who pushed to complete the purchases of areas such as Haderah, and helped her husband stabilize his business dealings.

    Moshavah.

  • The directorial debut of Richard Hankin, who edited Capturing the Friedmans, Home Front documents wounded Iraq vet Jeremy Feldbusch's return to his hometown of Blairsville, Pennsylvania and his attempts to adjust to life there, a tall order considering that he has been blinded and brain-damaged by a piece of shrapnel.

    GreenCine Daily: Pittsburgh Dispatch. 2.

  • In the Q&A session that followed the film, Hankin mentioned that his inspiration for this project was the similarly-themed World War II film The Best Years of Our Lives, and that's an excellent lens through which to examine Home Front.

    GreenCine Daily: Pittsburgh Dispatch. 2.

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