[hin-tn, -tuh n]
- Christopher, Baron Hinton of Bankside,1901–1983, British nuclear engineer.
- William Augustus,1883–1959, U.S. medical researcher and educator.
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When his wife, Hinton Mayor Sheryl Ann Cornelius, arrived home that evening, he was slumped in his chair, still clutching the gun.Under Obama, a Breakdown in the Death Benefits Owed to Veterans
May 1, 2013
He later said that Myler, who was installed by Hinton, would not have been his first choice for editor at News of the World.Rupert Murdoch Alleges Cover-Up, Says He Failed
April 26, 2012
“Conservative members of Congress have been after this program for years,” Hinton said.Tables Turned: Banking Watchdog Faces Conflict Questions
November 29, 2011
Hinton still insists he was being honest about the facts as far as he knew.Murdoch’s Parliament Appearance
David A. Graham
July 19, 2011
“Yeah,” a Journal reporter told The Daily Beast, when the Hinton resignation was barely two hours old.Succession Drama at WSJ
July 16, 2011
Confess, Hinton, it is worth while being a soldier to be in Ireland.
Yes, Hinton, they knew every man of them the position I stood in.
Yes, Hinton, these are my sporting friends, sipping my wine while they plot my ruin.
You don't look, Mr. Hinton, as if that were a latitat or a bill of costs you were reading.'
I have told you, Mr. Hinton, that I wish you to know my father.