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Jespersen

(ˈjɛspəsən; ˈdʒɛs-)
n
(Biography) (Jens) Otto (Harry). 1860–1943, Danish philologist: author of Modern English Grammar (1909–31)

Jes•per•sen

(ˈyɛs pər sən, ˈdʒɛs-)

n.
(Jens) Otto (Harry), 1860–1943, Danish philologist.
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Starring Norwegian stand-up comic Otto Jespersen, this dark comedy was a mockumentary which followed a motley group of student makers as they shadowed a professional troll hunter around the forests of Scandinavia.
For media inquiries, contact: Holly Jespersen, +1-203-504-8230 x132, hjespersen@knbpr.
He, along with other philologists, such as Schleicher, Curtius and Jespersen, tried to reconstruct the original proto-Indo-European language spoken in Anatolia 9,000 years ago.