Andersen

[ US /ˈændɝsən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a Danish author remembered for his fairy stories (1805-1875)
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How To Use Andersen In A Sentence

  • Andersen did unpaid work which helped sharpen up Labour's policies, especially in the field of taxation.
  • However, the reason I love Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling story so much is the fact that the duckling was a swan all along. Undefined
  • This new show for children and their families is based on the lesser-known fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen.
  • He is probably related to - a direct descendant of, possibly - Hans Christian Andersen.
  • One of these authors had been a resident under Kulko - As a resident conducting research with Kuklo, Andersen said he noticed "an aberrancy in typical research" that involved "discarding inconsistent findings which did not fit his hypothesis. When the Mentor Goes Rogue
  • Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and his hair presided over a crowd that included a slimmed-down Matt Lauer, media legend Andrew Lack, Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen, a smiling beauty in crutches, and my orthopedist's brother. Erica Abeel: When Cutting Off Your Arm Is the Solution
  • Andersen set these cruel torments in the wider context of a Christian allegory about suffering and redemption.
  • One of the most significant advances in the understanding of non-stoichiometric compounds was Andersen's concept of infinitely adaptive structures.
  • Andersen's death will be a watershed for accountancy and consultancy; neither will be the same again.
  • The more directly Andersen's tales draw on his own emotional vulnerabilities or satirize his contemporaries, the more powerful they are.
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