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Hop·kins

(hop'kinz),
H. H., 20th-century Br. optic physicist. See: Hopkins rod-lens telescope.

Hop·kins

(hop'kinz),
Sir Frederick G., English biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1861-1947. See: Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent.
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Holmes," said Hopkins, "I do not know how to express my gratitude.
There's the cab, Hopkins, and you can remove your man.
This concise work argues persuasively that Harry Hopkins played a crucial role in the World War II antifascist alliance.
Summary: New York: Bernard Hopkins became the oldest boxer to win a major world championship on .
Perhaps the most remarkable fact about Hopkins studies in 2011 was the unusually high number of treatments afforded to the sound of his poetry rather than the sense (borrowing the old Pope/Perrine distinction).
In many ways too modern for the Victorians and too Victorian for the modernists, the chiming, springing poetry of Hopkins is sometimes regarded as a precursor of modernist experimentation with verse and at other times as just within the lintel of modernism itself.
Standing before an audience of social activists in Boston in 1905, Pauline Hopkins boldly declared herself one of the little-recognized "black daughters of the [American] Revolution.
Mel Hopkins knew she would have to get creative when marketing her new supernatural suspense novel because her print-on-demand publishing method limits distribution to Internet booksellers.
Bernard Hopkins, one of the great middleweights in boxing history, recently announced that he wanted to come out of a short retirement.
Since the rediscovery of Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins (1859-1930), marked in part by Ann Allen Shockley's 1972 biographical essay and the Schomburg reprinting of her novels, there has been a virtual explosion in Hopkins scholarship, including a growing number of journal articles, significant attention in a number of book-length studies, and a 1996 collection of essays.
IT is with great satisfaction that we publish this special Hopkins issue of Renascence.
The first time we walked into this church, they hugged the fire out of us," says church member and rodeo organizer Marc Hopkins.