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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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From Hankin +‎ -son.


  • The term we prefer is ad-supported software, says Kai Hankinson, Sambreel's chief financial officer.

    New 'Adware' Apps Bug Facebook, Google

  • Marie Hankinson loved her semester in London, but admits parts of the experience didn't feel all that different from being back on campus at Syracuse University in upstate New York.

    American students abroad pushed out of 'bubbles'

  • Our social circle was pretty much other people in the program, says Hankinson, who says she met a few Brits through the local university union but rarely hung out with them elsewhere.

    American students abroad pushed out of 'bubbles'

  • "I drive 125 miles a day," says Democratic state Sen. Joel Heitkamp, who commutes between his Hankinson home and Fargo office.

    Usually red state, N.D. not sold on McCain

  • The latest affected facility is in Hankinson, N.D., where construction is expected to be completed by the end of the month.

    VeraSun Puts Ethanol Plant

  • Hankinson, R.J. (1999), ˜Determinism and Indeterminism™ in K. Algra et al. (eds.)

    Medieval Theories of Modality

  • Barnes (1982, 116-120) and Hankinson (1998, 30-3) provide the most insightful analysis.


  • (Hankinson [1998, 32] provides two possible answers and discusses the difficulties with them.)


  • To my knowledge, no sports franchises are considering re-location or expansion to Snoqualmie Falls, Hankinson, Pine Bluff or the various other supposedly “urban” sites that dilute the Peterson network.

    Trends in Peterson 2003 « Climate Audit

  • Mr. Gonzales had served on the Texas Supreme Court with Justice Owen and while he liked her greatly, he had preferred another member of the court, Justice Deborah Hankinson, for the federal court seat.

    May 2005


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