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hogen

(ˈhəʊɡən)
n
(Brewing) archaic rare strong beer or liquor
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Junnelle Hogen is a freelance writer and Eugene transplant.
Minister of Environment and Water Resources of Kazakhstan Nurlan Kapparov and Minister of Infrastructure and Environment of the Netherlands Melanie Schultz van Hogen Ms signed the Memorandum of Understanding between the two Ministries on cooperation in the field of environment and water resources.
I bring it to all the summer events, and it's a big hit.--Deborah Hogen
Proton Onsite's primary laboratory product is the HOGEN hydrogen generator, which provides ultrahigh-purity hydrogen as a carrier gas with consistent composition and predictable low levels of oxygen and nitrogen.
Proton Energy Systems' HOGEN onsite hydrogen generation systems are designed to make delivered hydrogen obsolete.
US-based Proton Energy Systems has won a contract from Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction to supply Hogen hydrogen generators for a power plant that provides electricity to Qatalum.
To stay on top of state-of-the-art lean principles, Al Hogen, director of operations for the Osceola manufacturing operations, periodically tours other plants--even those outside his industry.
In addition, Andersen argues, it should be seen as a kind of Furstenspiegel, warning the young Danish king Christian IV (1577-1648, acceded 1588) to avoid Siegfried's luxuria, Kremild's avaritia, and Hogen's superbia and to emulate Hvenhild in her liberality and piety.
Proton said the process is effective whether the cooling hydrogen is produced on site by Proton's revolutionary HOGEN electrolysis-based system or from traditional trucked-in hydrogen.
Hogen, a fellow infantrymen and member of Linck's fire team.
Under the supply agreement, Air Products said Proton will supply the company with its HOGEN hydrogen generators for use at three fueling stations to be constructed later this year in California as part of a demonstration project.