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(hĭch′ĭngz), George Herbert 1905-1998.
American biochemist. He shared a 1988 Nobel Prize for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout.
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Hitchings was detained and arrested by police and, when interviewed, he fully admitted the offences and was said to be remorseful.
Hitchings, of Coity Road, Bridgend, pleaded guilty to failing to stop after hitting a police vehicle, driving while disqualified and without insurance, and possession of cannabis.
Chances remained at a premium for both sides - while the hosts were dealt a major blow as Hitchings was forced off with an injury.
Hitchings styles himself as a sort of linguistic guru: a less polemical, more likable William Safire.
As soon as one begins to analyze the idea of what is correct and what incorrect [in language]," Hitchings writes, "one sees how entangled it is with notions of what's appropriate, felicitous, effective, useful and socially acceptable.
Mr Hitchings (or should it be Henry Hitchings or just Hitchings?
Mr Hitchings said: "I fully support the concept of Partners in Business because it allows young people to experience a real business environment.
And his angry stepdad, Ian Hitchings, has even accused officers of examining the dangerous crook for their own "gratification".
The other shortlisted contenders, who each received a cheque for GBP500, were: Adam Foulds for The Broken Word; Henry Hitchings for The Secret Life of Words; and Edward Hogan for Blackmoor.
If you think The Secret Life of Words, by Henry Hitchings, is irrelevant, then think again.
SNOWBIRD FOODS 020 8805 9222 is celebrating the appointment of a highly experienced technical manager in Glenn Hitchings, who has joined the Enfield, Middlesex based manufacturer of fully cooked sausages, comminuted meat products and stuffing balls.
Hitchings designed the first vessel to be built at the new yard, the S.