Hitchings

[hich-ingz]
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Historical Examples of hitchings

  • For some reason or other she saw that Mr. Hitchings looked greatly distressed.

    The Shriek

    Charles Somerville

  • Robert,” the Sheik paused because he was very sure of his grounds, “Hitchings.

    The Shriek

    Charles Somerville

  • It was mean, however, she thought of Mr. Hitchings not to have shown it to her.

    The Shriek

    Charles Somerville

  • Will you—O, will you, my dear Mr. Hitchings, do a moving picture for me?

    The Shriek

    Charles Somerville

  • But Mr. Hitchings—however did you come to have him for a friend?

    The Shriek

    Charles Somerville


hitchings in Medicine

Hitchings

[hĭchĭngz]George Herbert 1905-1998
  1. American biochemist. He shared a 1988 Nobel Prize for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout.
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hitchings in Science

Hitchings

[hĭchĭngz]George Herbert 1905-1998
  1. American pharmacologist who with his colleague Gertrude Elion developed drugs to treat leukemia and malaria, gout, herpes, and urinary and respiratory tract infections. He and Elion shared with Sir James Black the 1988 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine.
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