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  • Moving farther out into the cosmos, a couple of posts this week look at a newly-discovered celestial oddity called Hanny's Voorwerp.

    Next Generation: Weblogs

  • He knew she would call Hanny the moment she got her wits about her.

    Family Blessings

  • "Hanny, that is why you said 'no' to me that summer night when we walked together under the chestnut trees, and I felt that you had broken my heart?"

    Bessie's Fortune A Novel

  • Leo Minor, it is known as Hanny's Voorwerp, which is Dutch for Hanny's object.

    Signs of the Times

  • One of these objects is now known as Hanny's Voorwerp, named for Dutch schoolteacher Hanny van Arkel, and shown above.

    Ars Technica

  • Finally, we drove to Karl Kopp's new restaurant in downtown Phoenix called Hanny's.

    OnMilwaukee.com

  • "Hanny," Ruszek said in her ear - a cold and delicate coil between cascading locks and sculptured cheekbones - "Hanny, I've wished, you're so beautiful -"

    Starfarers

  • "Hanny," he began, "do you know you are going to be my little sister?

    A Little Girl in Old New York

  • As I'm sure all readers remember vividly, they were first ever ejections from a game when Chicago's Frank Hanny and Green Bay's Walter Voss threw down in November 1924.

    Green Bay Packers 27-17 Chicago Bears - as it happened | Paolo Bandini

  • ModRestoration Sim Fern and Hanny Lerner , owners of ModRestoration, a furniture-repair company, say they recently raised prices to support growth at their Brooklyn, N.Y. firm.

    The Price Is Right. Or Is it?

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