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God·win

(god'win),
John T., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Godwin tumor.
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With some reluctance, George Godwin opens up to his New York-based son and sends him their family tree.
Godwin, a retired track cyclist, spent the end of his life at the Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull.
Liverpool crown court heard how on August 11 last year Godwin and his friend Chris Black were drinking at the house of Chris Sutton with a woman called Magenta Hart, who lived next door.
Godwin isn't exactly driven, but he's certainly committed and, as you might expect of a professional literary agent and former publisher, writes well.
He was going to make me the best shortstop in America," Godwin recalled.
Godwin has been generally better served by historians of English literature than analysts of intellectual history.
Mr Godwin was one of 51,000 veterans who have made a commemorative trip back to the Koggala air base in Sri Lanka, thanks to the BIG Lottery Fund's Heroes Return programme.
US-based Avnet Technology Solutions, an IT solutions distribution leader and an operating group of Avnet, has named Henry Godwin as regional director for the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
SALFORD have made Bradford hookerWayne Godwin their ninth recruit for Super League XVI.
SALFORD have made Bradford hooker Wayne Godwin their ninth recruit for Engage Super League XVI.
BRADFORD hooker Wayne Godwin has completed his switch to Salford.
US water and wastewater management firm ITT Corporation (NYSE:ITT) yesterday said it has closed the acquisition of pumps maker Godwin Pumps of America to enhance its position on the dewatering pumps market.