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Hill

(hil),
Archibald V., English biophysicist and Nobel laureate, 1886-1977. See: Hill equation, Hill plot, initial heat.

Hill

(hil),
Austin Bradford, British medical statistician, 1897-1991. See: Hill criteria of evidence.

Hill

(hil),
Harold A., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Hill-Sachs lesion.

Hill

(hil),
Leonard Erskine, English physiologist, 1866-1952. See: Hill sign, Hill phenomenon.

Hill

(hil),
Lucius D., 20th-century U.S. thoracic surgeon. See: Hill operation.

Hill

(hil),
Robert, 20th-century British plant physiologist. See: Hill reaction.
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NOVEL TACTIC: Benny Hill, and (left) Vice Versa in Loughborough
SILLY: Benny Hill - my impression of him is not always appreciated
a Hill but cat my andIt was like a Benny Hill chase but with a perplexed cat and my hysterical daughter instead of Benny and his extras
His father, now 90, was born in the former Hill Street area of Middlesbrough and is best known as the bald-headed straight man in the Benny Hill television shows.
THERE is a cartoon Benny Hill running world football and everybody's laughing at him, not with him.
JIM Devine's secretary says the MP "had a Benny Hill mentality when it came to women".
You're welcome to your Benny Hill, personally I'll be taking the moral high ground and making sure I watch Mark Lawson talking to Tracy Emin (Sunday, BBC4, 10pm).
He was resident comic at the Windmill, worked with Arthur Haynes and Benny Hill and found West End stardom before Sale of the Century.
THE world of showbusiness was mourning the death from a heart attack of comedian Benny Hill today, just 24 hours after the loss of comic Frankie Howerd.
Now 65% of those making their final journey did so to the sound of anything from the Benny Hill theme tune to Monty Python's Look On The Bright Side Of Life.
WRESTLING legend turned star Dwayne ' The Rock' has revealed his two passions - Birmingham band UB40 and Benny Hill.
A leading role in the Welsh language music programme Gwald y Gan (Land of Song) in the late 1950s helped make him popular face on TV and he later made guest appearances on shows such as Morecambe and Wise and Benny Hill.