Charles Bren·ton [bren-tn], /ˈbrɛn tn/, 1901–97, U.S. surgeon and medical researcher, born in Canada: Nobel Prize 1966.
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Huggins reached 14 straight NCAA Tournaments at Cincinnati, and even while his defenses ranked in the top 50 every year from the 1997-98 through 2004-05 seasons, they never ranked in the top 60 in forcing turnovers.
Huggins’s completion of not one but two systematic makeovers essentially puts him in a league of his own, as most of his contemporaries have spent decades adhering to one identity.
A Huggins-coached team missed two straight NCAA Tournaments for the first time since 1991, going 13-19 and then 17-16.
PG&E alleges that Huggins approved false invoices and concealed fraudulent charges throughout PG&E’s contract with Bay Area Concrete.Lawsuit Reveals New Allegations Against PG&E Contractor Accused of Fraud | by Scott Morris, Bay City News Foundation | February 26, 2021 | ProPublica
The complaint alleges that Huggins and Kooistra approved the overbilled work in exchange for kickbacks.Lawsuit Reveals New Allegations Against PG&E Contractor Accused of Fraud | by Scott Morris, Bay City News Foundation | February 26, 2021 | ProPublica
To have spent six years with that wonderful little fellow, Miller Huggins?The Stacks: The Day Lou Gehrig Delivered Baseball’s Gettysburg Address | Ray Robinson | July 4, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Samuel Huggins, however, who is licensed to sell tobacco and snuff at Hawkhurst, was the friend in need.
Added to this, they came and asked Mr. Huggins to grind corn for them on our little ox-power mill, which he refused to do.
The women also undertook, under the instruction of Mrs. Huggins and Miss Fanny, to spin and knit and weave.
Mr. Huggins also, about the same time, left the mission work, and made a home in the same neighborhood.
But Mrs. Huggins was timid, and preferred rather that her Dakota protector should decide which was the best way.
British Dictionary definitions for Huggins
Sir William. 1824–1910, British astronomer. He pioneered the use of spectroscopy in astronomy and discovered the red shift in the lines of a stellar spectrum
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