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 (hĭch′ĭngz), George Herbert 1905-1998.
American biochemist. He shared a 1988 Nobel Prize for developing a series of drugs to treat various diseases, including leukemia and gout.
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Noun1.Hitchings - United States biochemist noted for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout (1905-1998)
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THE origins of archaeological techniques are the focus for the Cowbridge archaeology mornings delivered by Huw Hitchings in the new year, starting on Wednesday, January 15, at 10am in Cowbridge Community College at the Old Hall.
Ponty became stronger and more dominant and there were further tries from Rhys Shellard and Dan Hitchings.
Adam Hitchings, HLF Development Officer for Swansea, said, This is an innovative project which has been tailor-made for the needs of the young people, making sure they get the most out of their heritage experience as well as helping to preserve our heritage for the future.
A presentation will be made to Harley Brooke- Hitchings, founding chair of City Harvest as well as other New York City officials such as Mayor David Dinkins and others expected to share in the event.
In the second period Nathan Strong and Dan Hitchings both crossed for splendid tries, one of which was converted by Burnett who also put over two late penalties to put the game beyond doubt.
The nursery borders one of South Wales' busiest roads and, together with fellow director Carl Hitchings, the brothers are intent on making it a business model for a UK-wide chain of garden centres.
George's Hospital Medical School and the Glaucoma Research Unit, Moorfields Eye Hospital; Roger Hitchings of the Glaucoma Research Unit, Moorfields Eye Hospital; Lauri Miller and Donald Kreutzer of the Department of Pathology, University of Connecticut Health Center; Miguel Coca-Prados of the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Yale University; Elise Heon of the Department of Ophthalmology, Vision Research Program UHN; Theodore Krupin of University Eye Specialists in Chicago; Dr.
Mr Hitchings said the money needed by Shropshires schools was a "drop in the ocean" for the Government, which, he said, had miscalculated and failed to understand the countys problems.
George Hitchings and Gertrude Elion, has been commercially available in the United States since 1966.
IN POSSESSION: Charles Johnson of the Wanderers gets to the ball before Bedwas wing Dan Hitchings PICTURE: MATTHEW HORWOOD
Pontypridd: M Hutchings; D Hitchings, L Price, P Matthews, K Baller; N Burnett, R Downes; S Williams, L Davies, R Harford, R Savage, C Dicomidis, G Lewis, N Strong (capt), R Shellard.