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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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"We'll see about that," said Hopkins. "First of all, what is your name?"
I could see, from Hopkins's face, that he never had, but Holmes was keenly interested.
"Then how do you account for THAT?" cried Hopkins, as he held up the damning notebook, with the initials of our prisoner on the first leaf and the blood-stain on the cover.
At the same time, Stanley Hopkins's methods do not commend themselves to me.
`Inspector Stanley Hopkins, 46 Lord Street, Brixton.
Sharp at the hour named Inspector Stanley Hopkins appeared, and we sat down together to the excellent breakfast which Mrs.
"It seems to me to have only one drawback, Hopkins, and that is that it is intrinsically impossible.
He was a man of such gigantic strength that, even with the handcuffs which Holmes had so deftly fastened upon his wrists, he would have very quickly overpowered my friend had Hopkins and I not rushed to his rescue.
"I must really apologize, Hopkins," said Sherlock Holmes.
"I think, Hopkins, that you should lose no time in conveying your prisoner to a place of safety.
Holmes," said Hopkins, "I do not know how to express my gratitude.
'I am very much indebted to you for your friendship and good- nature, Hopkins,' said the wretched Mr.