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Hull

(hŭl),
Edgar, 20th-century U.S. cardiologist.
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So, when the marriage ceremony was over, Captain Hull whispered a word to two of his men-servants, who immediately went out, and soon returned, lugging in a large pair of scales.
"And now," said honest John Hull to the servants "bring that box hither."
Captain Hull then took a key from his girdle, unlocked the chest, and lifted its ponderous lid.
Then the servants, at Captain Hull's command, heaped double handfuls of shillings into one side of the scales, while Betsey remained in the other.
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Hull started the stronger and were immediately on the offensive with balls over the top for their speedy attack to run on to their favourite ploy.
Cunningham and fellow former Hull FC team-mate Jordan Abdull will be leading the way for London Broncos.
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Though Hull enter the run-in on the back of two defeats, optimism still appears to surround the Tigers' chance of holding their two-point advantage and clinging onto their 17th place in the Premier League table.