A brief glimpse into the past

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Hanser Alberto
Hanser Alberto

Hanser Joel Alberto Peña is a Dominican professional baseball infielder for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has previously played for the Texas Rangers.

The Haas Brothers

The Haas Brothers was a Professional wrestling Tag team consisting of real life brothers Charlie and Russ Haas. The team was very successful in the independent wrestling circuit, but Russ's death on December 15, 2001 led to the end of the tag team shortly after the brothers signed a contract with the World Wrestling Federation.

Hans Ertl (cameraman)

Hans Ertl was a German mountaineer and cinematographer.

Hauser's law
Hauser's law

Hauser's law is the proposition that, in the United States, federal tax revenues since World War II have always been approximately equal to 19.5% of GDP, regardless of wide fluctuations in the marginal tax rate. Historically, since the end of World War II, federal tax receipts as a percentage of gross domestic product averaged 17.9%, with a range from 14.4% to 20.9% between 1946 - 2007.

Haas (rocket)
Haas (rocket)

Haas is a family of rocket space launchers developed by the ARCAspace for the Google Lunar X Prize competition and for their national manned space program. As of 2020 no rocket has been launched, the planned rocket types changed significantly over time.

Hans Erich Slany

Hans Erich Slany was a German designer considered by many to have been the first industrial designer to design plastic housings for power tools. Slany is also thought of as one of the icons of design in Germany.

Hanserd Knollys
Hanserd Knollys

Hanserd Knollys was an English particular Baptist minister.

Hauser Dam
Hauser Dam

Hauser Dam is a hydroelectric straight gravity dam on the Missouri River about 14 miles (23 km) northeast of Helena, Montana, in the United States. The original dam, built between 1905 and 1907, failed in 1908 and caused severe flooding and damage downstream.

Hauser base

Hauser bases, also called magnesium amide bases, are magnesium compounds used in organic chemistry as bases for metalation reactions. These compounds were first described by Charles R. Hauser in 1947.