Col. Huggins, is known as a brave and gallant officer, a man of great physical and moral courage, and of unquestioned veracity.
Huggins, like Hugh, appears to have the same root as Hugin, viz.
Mr. Huggins got out of a dancing-master's pose with intelligent alacrity, bade Mr. Dolph a hasty "Good-afternoon!"
“His principal, Allen, addressed him as Huggins,” replied the first lieutenant.
Over a month ago he had been plowing the lower forty of Old Man Huggins's farm.
But you said that this Huggins would kill Mr Allen now that he has got him away.
Indeed, if you ask me, I say you'll get more from Mr. Huggins than from the lawyer.
Huggins's is far better than theirs; but, by great odds, Beale's is the best.
In 1868 Huggins succeeded in thus measuring the velocities of stars in the direction of the line of sight.
The Hopkins' and Huggins' had the mission station there then.
Huggins Hug·gins (hŭg'ĭnz), Charles Brenton. Born 1901.
Canadian-born American surgeon. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for research in hormone treatment for cancer of the prostate.