from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hanna, Marcus Alonzo Known as "Mark.” 1837-1904. American financier and politician who managed the 1896 and 1900 presidential campaigns of William McKinley and served as a U.S. senator from Ohio (1897-1904).
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- proper n. A female given name, a rare spelling variant of Hannah.
- proper n. A matronymic surname based on Hannah.
- proper n. An Irish surname Anglicised from Irish Ó hAnnaigh.
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Ariana Cubillos/Associated Press HANNA HAVOC: A woman stood with her belongings Tuesday near a mud-thatch home in L'Artibonite, Haiti, during flooding from Tropical Storm Hanna.
Richard Hanna is one of the few good points for the GOP in this state right about now.
Kathleen Hanna is an idol of the 90s Riot Grrrl movement and leader of Bikini Kill (the name of both Hanna's underground zine and her band).
But Hanna is their first foray into feature composition and the results are, I'm told, electrifying.
"You can't necessarily set the positive agenda that we want across the board, but you can stop a lot of bad things from happening, and that's a step forward," said Colin Hanna, president of tea party support group Let Freedom Ring.
The non-profit advocacy group, Let Freedom Ring, is planning to spend several hundred thousand dollars to broadcast the commercial over several days beginning Tuesday, according to Colin Hanna, president of the organization.
Hanna is thrilled by her discoveries, little suspecting that her professional and personal worlds are about to come crashing down around her.
Hanna is enthralled as Michael reads to her from “The Odyssey,” “Huck Finn,” and “The Lady with the Little Dog.”
Significantly, when interviewed by film columnist David Hanna a year later, Scott recalled that he and his coworkers, in Hanna's words, were left alone in the making of Murder, My Sweet.
Hanna is a partially deaf woman working in a factory.