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  1. The Henry Guarantee From Owner, Anthony Imperato “Henry owners have my personal guarantee to make certain that they are 100% satisfied with their purchase of our rifles. If you are going to spend your money on a Henry, I can assure you that we will do whatever it takes to make sure that you are happy that you bought a Henry.” - Anthony Imperato

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    Jan 17, 2023 · Henry (inductance) Named after the American scientist Joseph Henry . Noun [ edit] henry ( plural henries or henrys ) In the International System of Units, the derived unit of electrical inductance; the inductance induced in a circuit by a rate of change of current of one ampere per second and a resulting electromotive force of one volt. Symbol: H

  3. Jan 1, 2023 · Henry I, byname Henry Beauclerc (“Good Scholar”), French Henri Beauclerc, (born 1069, Selby, Yorkshire, England—died December 1, 1135, Lyons-la-Forêt, Normandy), youngest and ablest of William I the Conqueror ’s sons, who, as king of England (1100–35), strengthened the crown’s executive powers and, like his father, also ruled Normandy (from 1106).

  4. www.imdb.com › name › nm0147147Henry Cavill - IMDb

    Henry William Dalgliesh Cavill was born on the Bailiwick of Jersey, a British Crown dependency in the Channel Islands. His mother, Marianne (Dalgliesh), a housewife, was also born on Jersey, and is of Irish, Scottish and English ancestry. Henry's father, Colin Richard Cavill, a stockbroker, is of English origin (born in Chester, England).

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  6. O. Henry, pseudonym of William Sydney Porter, original name William Sidney Porter, (born September 11, 1862, Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S.—died June 5, 1910, New York, New York), American short-story writer whose tales romanticized the commonplace—in particular the life of ordinary people in New York City.

  7. Henry James, (born April 15, 1843, New York, New York, U.S.—died February 28, 1916, London, England), American novelist and, as a naturalized English citizen from 1915, a great figure in the transatlantic culture.