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Hopkinson

[ hop-kin-suhn ]

noun

  1. Francis, 1737–91, American statesman and satirist.


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Salad of Warm Skate With New Potatoes by Simon Hopkinson Is this a potato salad with skate, or skate served over a potato salad?

So also did Mr. Hopkinson Smith, resurrecting vast numbers of American 'chestnuts.'

Information as to the specific inductive capacity of a large number of oils may be found in a paper by Hopkinson, Phil.

Hopkinson Smith and Frederic Remington, on a lower but dignified plane, bear witness to the same truth.

Mr. Hume had been scarcely more prudent than myself, but on him the water had a contrary effect, as well as upon Hopkinson.

I then got them in a row, and desired Hopkinson to single out the man who had given him the blanket.

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