Hawkins


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Synonyms for Hawkins

English privateer involved in the slave trade

United States jazz saxophonist (1904-1969)

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Hawkins was convicted of perjury and wire fraud stemming from a federal investigation in which he was accused of helping friend in a corruption scheme in Philadelphia.
Hawkins got around indoors by sliding along the floor on his knees.
Hawkins was ready to document this history, he participated in it.
On Intelligence, by Jeff Hawkins with Sandra Blakeslee, New York: Times Books, 261 pages, $25
Twelve books about Sir John Hawkins have appeared in English since 1895; fifteen about Sir Francis Drake have been published just since the quadricentenary of the Grand Armada in 1988 (including a major biography by the author of this study).
ON INTELLIGENCE: How a New Understanding of the Brain Will Lead to the Creation of truly Intelligent Machines JEFF HAWKINS WITH SANDRA BLAKESLEE
Tomfis Hawkins wants SDDC Soldiers in the state of Washington to be sure of.
For example, Library Media Specialist Angle Hawkins at South Heights Elementary School in Henderson says students research questions posted on InfoQuest online.
Lucia Dlugoszewski, a composer and longtime collaborator with choreographer Erick Hawkins, died April 11, 2000, of natural causes in New York City.
The narrator of this metaphysical slave narrative is Andrew Hawkins, who assumes the identity of William Harris by the novel's conclusion.
But she recovered her confidence, thanks to primary school teacher Joanne Hawkins.
Hawkins was among Johnson's closest friends and was an executor of his will.
The last time Electronic Arts' Trip Hawkins promised to "bet his company" on a new machine, it was the Commodore Amiga (Soft*letter, 10/31/85).