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Hanna

William. 1910--2001, US animator and film producer who with Joseph Barbera (born 1911) created the cartoon characters Tom and Jerry in the 1940s; the Hanna--Barbera company later produced numerous cartoon series for television.
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William McKinley and Marcus Alonzo Hanna first met when working in Ohio Republican politics.
Before she and her father can reunite in Berlin as planned Hanna is captured by agents dispatched by ruthless intelligence agent Marissa Wiegler.
Because the script called for a young Romany girl, Hanna, whose mum is from the Philippines, feared her chances of landing the role were remote.
But Arcuri s campaign is now beginning to promote the idea that Hanna s investments might say more about his intentions than his statements.
But Hanna still remains the subject of a 40-week prison sentence, suspended for two years, for inflicting actual bodily harm on the the 13-yearold inmate who spat at him in December 2008.
Given this, Hanna finds a rational human lacking the cognitive capacity for logic impossible (p.
He also includes testimony from contemporaries that Hanna was intellectually lazy and undisciplined as a scholar.
Hanna's basic idea is that for Kant the use of our conceptual capacities requires a non-conceptual but nevertheless cognitively relevant frame of reference related to things really outside of ourselves, which Hanna identifies with the subjective spatial/temporal frame of reference provided by our own bodies.
It had been raining heavily and when Mr Hanna got out of the taxi he disappeared from view and the driver presumed he had gone inside his house.
After nearly 50 years of making animation magic, Barbera and Hanna were elected by their peers to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Hall of Fame in 1994.
Upon arriving at Auschwitz in 1944, Hanna was separated from her mother and brother and during the internment nearly died of disease and malnutrition.
Early in their careers, Barbera and Hanna (who died in 2001) won seven Oscars for the "Tom and Jerry" cartoon series at MGM; later they earned eight Emmys as the duo set about defining TV animation.