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  1. John, 1925–1998, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.

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Hawkes’ team used this type of system to maximize how high a robot can jump.

The founder of Kline Hawkes was an investor named Frank Kline, who told ProPublica that no person named Hawkes was ever involved with the firm.

She plays the kidnapped wife of an embezzler opposite Tim Robbins, John Hawkes, and Isla Fisher.

The Best Male Lead prize went to John Hawkes (The Sessions), who was snubbed for the Oscar nomination.

In The Sessions, John Hawkes delivers his best performance yet as a virgin with polio.

In The Sessions, opening Friday, Hawkes has finally emerged as not only a bona fide leading man, but a charming, romantic lead.

The show, which ran from 2004 to 2006, showcased a different side of Hawkes—a tender, gentler side.

He had been invited to paint the portrait of Robert Hawkes, an ex-mayor of Norwich, for a fee of a hundred guineas.

"Here's one, Sampson," said Hawkes, offering one of the square-bladed jackknives used in the navy.

Soon the dripping garments fell away, and Sampson rubbed himself dry with a towel, while Hawkes sleepily turned in.

Samuel Hawkes for cursing, lying and stealing received the same sentence.

The Bornean had had some experience as a taxidermist, and Dr. Hawkes declared that he had done his work well.