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Hamm,

village, S Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, near Luxembourg city. Gen. George S. PattonPatton, George Smith, Jr.,
1885–1945, American general, b. San Gabriel, Calif. A graduate of West Point (1909), he served in World War I and was wounded while commanding a tank brigade in France. Subsequently he served in the cavalry and the tank corps.
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 is buried in the large U.S. military cemetery there.

Hamm

(häm), city (1994 pop. 182,390), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany, on the Lippe River, in the RuhrRuhr
, region, c.1,300 sq mi (3,370 sq km), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany; a principal manufacturing center of Germany. The Ruhr lies along, and north of, the Ruhr River (145 mi/233 km long), which rises in the hills of central Germany and flows generally west to the
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 district. The city contains iron and steel foundries and manufactures textiles and machinery, as well as wire and cable. Founded in 1226, Hamm was the capital of the county of Mark until 1809. An active member of the Hanseatic League, it passed to Cleves in the 14th cent. and later (1614) to Brandenburg. The city was badly damaged in World War II, in a bombing that destroyed over half of the buildings.

Hamm

 

a city in the Federal Republic of Germany, in the Land (state) of Nordrhein-Westfalen, on the Lippe River. Hamm is a transportation junction; in 1973 its railroads handled 16.7 million tons of freight, and its river port handled 4.1 million tons of cargo. Coal is mined in the area. The city manufactures textiles, office equipment, and products of the heavy machine-building industry.

Hamm

an industrial city in NW Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia: a Hanse town from 1417; severely damaged in World War II. Pop.: 184 961 (2003 est.)
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"The store owners apparently believe that if they can restrict the distribution of the Lancaster News, they can keep people from hearing all sides about the upcoming vote," Hamm wrote.
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"My hope in awarding this unprecedented international research prize is that we would ignite worldwide scientific interest and innovation to find a cure for diabetes in this generation," said Harold Hamm, chairman and CEO of Continental Resources Inc., based in Oklahoma City.
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Hamm, who is best known for playing Don Draper in the TV show Mad Men, recently bought a house in the West Coast.
Beckett presents the reality of the character's world in Hamm's words, "the end is the beginning and yet you go on" (69).
Eventually, Hamm was stitched up and taken to the Lane County Jail.
But just then Hamm walks through the door of the bar and Toast is blown away.
Incidentally, we do get to see Hamm with his shirt off for a brief moment, so there's no complaining here.
Hamm is apparently a big fan of British comedy and is mates with Berry, hence the cameo.
Criminal records show Hamm, now 44, was charged with hazing and received deferred adjudication, which under Texas law means he had to successfully complete probation but was never convicted.
At the centre of all this is Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm. On the surface, he's a womanising, arrogant advertising exec, but the show's nuanced writing means he's held fans' sympathy.