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Hinckley

/ ˈhɪŋklɪ /

noun

  1. a town in central England, in Leicestershire. Pop: 43 246 (2001)


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In 1994, Mormon president Gordon Hinckley affirmed that “as God now is, man may become!”

At age 20, Jane wed Bruce Hinckley Robinson, nephew of the now-deceased head of the LDS Church, Gordon Hinckley.

The deranged gunman John Hinckley, JR., shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan in 1981.

They are getting things cleaned up there a bit; a baggage-car has been sent up with a special engine for Hinckley.

Mr. Hinckley has had longer and more varied experience on this subject than any other person in this country.

These come from everywhere, and generally from strangers, of whom Mr. Hinckley has had no previous knowledge.

There were three German lines, and on the left a small extra line between the first and second, which we named Hinckley Trench.

Excellent private schools were maintained by Hinckley, Cody and Baker, for five years during the '60s.

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