Hewitt


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Hewitt

(ˈhjuːɪt)
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(Biography) Lleyton (ˈleɪtən). born 1981, Australian tennis player; US Open champion 2001, Wimbledon singles champion 2002
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He had got the consent of the latter finally to the committing of the important documents, with the orders to the Western armies, to the care of a less conspicuous and more solid person--an uncle of his named Horne Hewitt, a rather colorless country squire who had been a good soldier, and was the military adviser of the committee.
"Hewitt's murdered and his papers stolen, that's all."
One was that the unfortunate Hewitt had a deep gash across the jugular, which the triumphant doctor instantly identified as having been made with a sharp steel edge like a razor.
Horne Hewitt took off his own coat before he was killed.
"The reason that particular sword is not stained at the edge with Hewitt's blood is that it was not used to kill Hewitt.
He was going to sea at the time, skipper of one of the sailing ships of the Bank Line, when he married Agnes Hewitt. She was described as a slender wisp of a girl, delicately featured and with a nervous organization of the supersensitive order.
"First of all, Samuel Dundee an' Agnes Hewitt; the next day Albert Mahan an' Minnie Duncan; an' by the week-end Eddie Troy and Flo Mackintosh--all sailor-men, an' un sux weeks' time the last of them back tull their ships an' awa', an' no one o' them dreamin' of the wuckedness they'd been ot."
Hewitt, who has had great experience in hybridising gallinaceous birds, that the early death of the embryo is a very frequent cause of sterility in first crosses.
A double-fault allowed Hewitt to go 5-1 up and he easily closed out the set.
Judge Tim Hewitt, who sat on the region's circuit, died suddenly at the weekend while out riding, friends and colleagues said.
LLEYTON HEWITT has huffed and puffed his way to the third round of the Australian Open with two workmanlike victories, but the tenacious baseliner has a history of finding his A-game when it matters most in this tour- nament, so expect him to raise his game against Fernando Gonzalez tonight.
Well, the results are in: Mark Olson was named PCAOB chairman in June and Conrad Hewitt was named SEC chief accountant in July.