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Hendrick
Hendrick may refer to: Hendrick (given name), alternative spelling of the Dutch given name Hendrik Hendrick (surname) Hendrick Lucifer, a seventeenth-century pirate Hendrick's Gin, Scottish gin brand
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Hendrick Lucifer
Hendrick Jacobszoon Lucifer
Lucifer
(1583–1627) was a Dutch-born pirate.[1] Hendrick's last name, Lucifer, referred to a lighting stick, not to the fallen angel Lucifer, and was most likely used as a nickname due to his use of fire and smoke to surprise enemies.[2] Greatest success and death[edit] In 1627, Hendrick was in charge of 3 ships transporting colonists to Guyana
Guyana
for the Dutch West India Company, accompanied by two other pirate captains. One encounter off the coast of Cuba
Cuba
caused by a near collision with a two-ship Honduran treasure fleet allowed Hendrick's fleet to capture a ship and contents worth 1.2 million guilders. Hendrick fought as brave as a lion, (according to surviving crewmen), and personally killed around ten enemy soldiers in close combat, before being hit by a bullet. He still continued his plundering, but another bullet hit him in the chest and he had to quit fighting
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Hendrick
Hendrick may refer to: Hendrick (given name), alternative spelling of the Dutch given name Hendrik Hendrick (surname) Hendrick Lucifer, a seventeenth-century pirate Hendrick's Gin, Scottish gin brand
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Hendrick Health System
Hendrick Health System, located in Abilene, Texas, is a not-for-profit healthcare provider serving a 22-county region in the Texas
Texas
Midwest. Hendrick was the first hospital to permanently serve the Texas
Texas
Midwest when it opened in 1924, and today, it provides a comprehens
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Hendrick Manufacturing Company
Hendrick Manufacturing
Manufacturing
Company is an American perforated metal manufacturer founded in 1876 in Carbondale, Pennsylvania, where it is still based. Over the years, additional manufacturing locations were established in California, Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois. Plants in Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Illinois are still in operation.Contents1 History1.1 Eli Hendrick 1.2 California
California
Perforating Company 1.3 Profile screens 1.4 Tennessee Perforating2 References 3 External linksHistory[edit] Eli Hendrick[edit] Born in 1832, Eli Hendrick apprenticed as a wood turner in his native Michigan
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Hendrick Island
Coordinates: 40°24′27″N 74°59′40″W / 40.40750°N 74.99444°W / 40.40750; -74.99444A harbor along Hendrick Island's more accessible western coast Hendrick Island
Hendrick Island
is a large erosional feature in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Once part of the main shoreline, a sizable channel of the Delaware River
Delaware River
now separates it from the rest of the state. The island is part of Solebury Township and a protected natural area within Delaware Canal State Park.Contents1 Geography 2 Accessibility and Recreation 3 History 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksGeography[edit] Hendrick Island
Hendrick Island
is located at the beginning of a turn in the Delaware River north of New Hope, Pennsylvania. Unlike most islands in the Delaware, it was once connected to the mainland of Pennsylvania
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Hendrick (surname)
Hendrick is a surname, and may refer to Burton J. Hendrick (1858–1936), American historian George Hendrick
George Hendrick
(born 1949), American baseball player Harvey Hendrick
Harvey Hendrick
(1897–1941), American baseball player Hendrick Tejonihokarawa
Hendrick Tejonihokarawa
(c. 1660 – c
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Hendrick's Gin
Hendrick's Gin
Gin
is a brand of gin produced by William Grant & Sons in Girvan, Scotland, and launched in 1999.[2] In addition to the traditional juniper infusion, Hendrick's uses Bulgarian rose and cucumber to add flavour. Hendrick's gin is bottled in a dark brown apothecary-style bottle.Contents1 Distillation 2 Serving 3 Awards and reviews 4 References 5 External linksDistillation[edit] Hendrick's uses a blend of spirits produced from a Carter-Head Still (constructed in 1948), of which there are only a small number in the world, and a small pot still, originally built in 1860 by Bennett, Sons & Shears. Both have been restored to working order after being bought at auction in the 1960s by former William Grant Life President, Charles Gordon. The two stills produce strikingly different styles of gin due to their different construction and methods of distillation. The pot still is generally referred to as the Bennett still
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Hendrick (given Name)
The Dutch male given name Hendrik is a cognate of the English Henry. The spelling Hendrick was interchangeable until the 19th century. Birth names of people with this name can be Latinized to Henderikus, Hendricus, Hendrikus, or Henricus, while common nicknames for Hendrik are Han, Hein, Henk, Hennie, Henny, Henri, Henry, Rijk, and Rik. People with Hendrik or Hendrick as their first name include:Contents1 Academics 2 Arts 3 Business 4 Exploration 5 Military 6 Music 7 Politics & government 8 Religion 9 Sports 10 Writing 11 Other 12 Fiction 13 See alsoAcademics[edit] Hendrik Willem Bakhuis Roozeboom
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Hendrick Motorsports
Monster Energy Cup Series: 2018 STP 500
2018 STP 500
(Martinsville) Xfinity Series: 2009 Camping World 300 (Daytona) Camping World Truck Series: 2013 Lucas Oil 150
Lucas Oil 150
(Phoenix)Races competed 4,465 (includes starts by multiple teams in multiple series; as many as
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