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Definition funny of Hedeman:
Contraction formed from the words 'he is the man'. Originally derived from a mural (graffiti)which which was painted in a wall in suburban Brisbane (Australia)which depicted the face of a young Jesus like character and the words 'he de man'. It has been argued that the words underneath the painting do not refer to Jesus but to the name of the actual artist. Currently the word hedeman (or hedemann) it is used not in a Christian reference manner but to indicate that a particular person is exceptionally good in a particular field, sport, etc.
are you trying to compare yourself with Peter? You know that hedeman!
Books about Hedeman:
[Parijs tijdens de Roode Terreur.] Robespierre and the Red Terror. From the Dutch ... by J. Hedeman. With 16 illustrations... by Jan Ten Brink Professor at the University of Leyden. (Apr 27, 2010)
Solar activity catalogue: by Fred C. Jonah, Helen Dodson-Prince and E. Ruth Hedeman (Volume 2) by Fred C. Jonah (Jan 1, 1965)
Robespierre and the Red Terror. From the Dutch of Dr. Jan ten Brink, by J. Hedeman by Jan ten Brink (2011)
Robespierre and the Red Terror. From the Dutch of Dr. Jan ten Brink, by J. Hedeman (1899)
Happy Home: Everyday Magic for a Colourful Home by Hedeman Gueniau, Charlotte, Becker, Holly (2013) (0100)
Happy Home: Everyday Magic for a Colourful Home by Hedeman Gueniau. Charlotte ( 2013 ) Hardcover (0100)
PRINCE2 Edition 2009: A Pocket Guide (Prince2: A Pocket Guide) by Bert Hedeman, Ron Seegers 1st (first) Edition... (0100)
Movies about Hedeman:
Tuff Hedeman Championship Challenge Bullriding -
Wiki information Hedeman:
Richard Neale "Tuff" Hedeman is an American retired three-time PRCA World Champion bull rider, as well as the 1995 Professional Bull Riders World Champion, and is the ambassador of Championship Bull Riding. Previously, he was the president of the...
Alfred H. Hedeman was an Australian tennis player. He won the doubles title alongside Ernie Parker at the Australasian Championships, the future Australian Open, in 1913, and finished singles runner-up to Rhys Gemmell at the tournament in 1921.