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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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Jed Hitchings, 20, was driving in Bridgend on April 25 when he pulled out at a junction into the path of a police car with two officers inside.
Cardiff Magistrates' Court yesterday heard Hitchings was driving while disqualified, did not have insurance for his Ford Focus, and had cannabis in his car at the time of the offence on Priory Oak.
Morgans raced from inside his own half to touch down at the death to add to a first-half try from backrower Ollie Hitchings - giving Carmarthen their fourth win of the campaign.
According to NCC business development director Tom Hitchings, "We have installed the world's largest, openly accessible, high-rate manufacturing press for composites.
Hitchings is a faculty member of the University of London, UK.
Newcastle Falcons player Alex Crockett was on hand to officially launch the equipment with some help from NE Fit Bootcamp and Quorum's on-site trainer Adam Hitchings.
True crime writer Ian Hitchings, who has written about some of the UK's most notorious killers, said the prison has a "dog-eat-dog" reputation, where only the toughest survive.
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Stock, also a member of the Harvard University faculty, is on leave from his position as the Harold Hitchings Burbank Professor of Political Economy.
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