Definitions

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  • proper n. A surname.

Etymologies

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Anglicised from an Irish equivalent of Henry.

Examples

  • Back in the 1940s a Dutch physicist by the name of Hendrick Casimir had an interesting idea.

    I’m Working on That

  • - If someone were to write a book on the history of Southside Speedway in the suburbs of Richmond, the name Hendrick would be on nearly every page.

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  • Waldo Jaquith - Bob Marshall to join Hendrick Motorsports?

    Waldo Jaquith - Bob Marshall to join Hendrick Motorsports?

  • Now that my system was functioning again, and the last whiskers of Black Tartan Wombat vanquished, I recalled Hendrick's statement of the previous evening 'It's just like shooting people.'

    A Rude Awakening

  • - the chance to gain insight Francis could later take elsewhere, namely Hendrick

    Fore, right!

  • Newman says the teams most able to adjust will be the ones already winning championships such as Hendrick Motorsports, Roush Racing and Joe Gibbs Racing.

    Car of Tomorrow: Negativity today

  • Dutchman -- although you will remember he was an Englishman -- and were in the habit of speaking of him as "Hendrick" Hudson.

    The Story of Manhattan

  • "Hendrick," said Paul, laying his hand impressively on his friend's arm,

    The Crew of the Water Wagtail

  • I just can't believe that he won't be in some kind of Hendrick-backed equipment somewhere, so he can gear up for his debut in the No. 5 car come 2012.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • "Hendrick," returned Paul, "I wonder at few things in this life, for I know something of the working of the human mind and heart and have ceased to judge other men's feelings by my own.

    The Crew of the Water Wagtail

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