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Jensen

Johannes Vilhelm . 1873--1950, Danish novelist, poet, and essayist: best known for his novel sequence about the origins of mankind The Long Journey (1908--22). Nobel prize for literature 1944
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Following the purchase, Heliograph now owns a total of 765.310 shares, corresponding to 42,02% of the total share capital and voting rights in Glunz & Jensen.
Jensen shot Clements on March 12, 2018, after an hourlong standoff during which she set her vehicle on fire.
Jensen Precast is one of the largest independently owned manufactured concrete producers in the United States, with facilities in Nevada, Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Oregon.
" At the recent launch of the first Georg Jensen shop at the East Wing in Shangri-La Plaza Mall, a few lucky guests were given the chance to form their own Torun bracelets, a single sliver of silver that starts off as a sleek, slim flat slice and gets sculpted and seduced into a bangle with a single loop to unite itself.
"If you ever want to learn a business, that's the time to do it," Jensen said.
Kevin Slack, prosecuting, told the court the women had fallen out over rent arrears owed by Miss Gwin to Jensen's aunt, and comments made about each other to parents at their children's school.
Ansari used his strong right arm to kill the ball or pass Jensen, pouncing on weak returns.
Shannon plays a critical role in the administration of Jensen's Compliance and Risk Management Program to ensure that risk management and regulatory compliance continue as core elements of the firm's business.
The lawsuit detailed several occasions in which Jensen was in a position of power and reportedly sexually abused children.
This is the first time the famous Jensen has been offered for public sale since its restoration.
To be You sat down with Jensen and most of the Flips (bassist/vocalist Choi Padilla was not around) to get the details on the group's second album, 'BTTR.'