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Hill

(hil),
Archibald V., English biophysicist and Nobel laureate, 1886-1977. See: Hill equation, Hill plot, initial heat.

Hill

(hil),
Austin Bradford, British medical statistician, 1897-1991. See: Hill criteria of evidence.

Hill

(hil),
Harold A., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Hill-Sachs lesion.

Hill

(hil),
Leonard Erskine, English physiologist, 1866-1952. See: Hill sign, Hill phenomenon.

Hill

(hil),
Lucius D., 20th-century U.S. thoracic surgeon. See: Hill operation.

Hill

(hil),
Robert, 20th-century British plant physiologist. See: Hill reaction.
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On the crest he came through an amazing thicket of velvet-trunked young madronos, and emerged on an open hillside that led down into
The hillside was covered with Mariposa lilies and wild hyacinth, down through which his horse dropped slowly, with circumspect feet and reluctant gait.
But it was a corpse that knew its resurrection, for the man rose suddenly on one elbow and gazed across at his hillside.
Now, a Hill-man makes nothing of a few hundred feet up or down, and as soon as the villagers saw the smoke in the deserted shrine, the village priest climbed up the terraced hillside to welcome the stranger.
Remember, I've only been over a little bit of the hillside yet-- what you could ride round easily on your ponies in an hour.
Like a frightened rabbit, the mad roar at his heels, the young man tore up the track to an open space on the hillside, up which he clawed and disappeared among the trees.
Instead of the twisted hillside oaks, tall straight trees, big-trunked and prosperous, rose from the damp fat soil.
She had not proceeded a hundred yards before she noticed the moving figure of a man beyond her in the hillside chaparral above the trail.
As his interested gaze moved hither and thither from one point of interest to another he heard from a point upon the hillside below him, above the roar of cannon and the crack of rifle fire, a single rifle spit.
he signalled to his followers, and with a word to this thoat turned the beast at a rapid gallop up the hillside.
You may never know what scarlet and crimson really are until you see them in their perfection on an October hillside, under the unfathomable blue of an autumn sky.
The pageant of the wild flowers vanished until all that lingered on the burnt hillsides were orange poppies faded to palest gold, and Mariposa lilies, wind-blown on slender stems amidst the desiccated grasses, that smouldered like ornate spotted moths fluttering in rest for a space between flight and flight.

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