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Ha·gen

 (hä′gən)
A city of west-central Germany northeast of Cologne. Chartered in 1746, it became known for its textiles in the late 1700s.

Hagen

(ˈhɑːɡən)
n
(European Myth & Legend) (in the Nibelungenlied) Siegfried's killer, who in turn is killed by Siegfried's wife, Kriemhild

Hagen

(German ˈhaːɡən)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in NW Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia. Pop: 200 039 (2003 est)

Hagen

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n
(Biography) Walter. 1892–1969, US golfer

Ha•gen

(ˈhɑ gən)

n.
a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, in W Germany. 213,747.
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The Hagens teamed up with the McKenzie River Trust and the Long Tom Watershed Council to protect the 1 1/2 miles of Ferguson Creek that meanders through their land.
Gunther von Hagens, who is known as Dr Death, says he has been battling Parkinson's disease for two years.
GARDNER - In all her early-morning or late-afternoon practices, in all her competitive swim meets for the Greenwood team or state champion Gardner High, Lindsey Hagens had never pushed herself like this.
But for an unknown European, who supposedly donated her corpse to German-born Gunther von Hagens' travelling exhibition of human bodies and body parts, the answer seems to be no.
Gunther von Hagens, a resident and lecturer at the University of Heidelberg's Institute of Pathology.
Pathologist Gunther von Hagens, 57, has been holding secret talks with producer Adam Kenwright,director of Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest musical Taboo!
Professor Gunther von Hagens began the live post-mortem examination in front of a paying audience of some 500 people in an art gallery in east London.Prof von Hagens insisted he had ``sound'' legal basis for performing the examination.
Maverick doctor Professor Gunther von Hagens defied threats of prosecution to perform the live post mortem in a London art gallery.
Gunther von Hagens, a professor at the University of Heidelberg School of Medicine, is the inventor of plastination," a process in which every drop of water is removed from a cadaver and replaced with molten plastic.
Prof von Hagens, who caused outrage at his Body Worlds exhibition in 2009 by showing two corpses having sex, said: "I want to decide where I will be exhibited." He has tried to keep Parkinson's at bay with electric shocks sent directly into his brain but said: "I can no longer hide the symptoms.
Hagens won the 200-yard individual medley (2:07.27) and the 100 breaststroke (1:06.07) at the Division 1 state championships to earn a spot on the Super Team.
Gunther von Hagens' splayed cadavers, whether it's "The Hurdler," "The Archer" or "The Pedaling Woman," then you might want to check your pulse.