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U.S. journalist, novelist, and essayist, born in Greece; Japanese citizen after 1894.
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Hearn may refer to: People[edit]. Hearn family, a family line of Anglo-Norman origin dating to 1066 A.D. in England; List of people with the surname Hearn · Heron (surname), the original spelling of the Hearn name, of Anglo-Norman origin. Places[edit]. Hearn Generating Station, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Hearne,  ...


The Hearn family is a family of Anglo-Norman origin. The name's original spelling in the 11th century was Heron or Heroun. As early as the 17th century, the spellings Hearn, Hearne, and Harn would also appear in England and the United States. The Hearn family has sometimes been incorrectly linked with the Irish ...


Edward "Eddie" Hearn (born 8 June 1979) is an English boxing promoter, in his position as group managing director of Matchroom Sport, and is also a director of the Professional Darts Corporation. Contents. [hide]. 1 Boxing promoter; 2 Rivalries; 3 Social media; 4 References. Boxing promoter[edit]. Matchroom Sport was ...


This complex Irish whiskey-based spin on the classic Manhattan cocktail won't fail to impress.


Hearn definition, Lafcadio [laf-kad-ee-oh] /læfˈkæd iˌoʊ/ (Show IPA), (


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Oct 13, 2017 ... Eddie Hearn, the man behind heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua, tells Business Insider his secrets.


Nov 10, 2017 ... From arrogant to charming (and all adjectives in between), there have been many words used to describe polarizing and wildly successful British boxing promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Sport. None of those words would be " ignorant," however. Just days away from his first U.S. card as lead promoter ...


HEARN has owned and operated institutional quality commercial real estate in the United States since 1974, current properties include the John Hancock Center in Chicago.