Hopkins

The USS Hopkins was an American flush deck type destroyer of 1193 tons displacement launched in 1920. The USS Hopkins was powered by four White-Forster oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 35 knots. She carried a complement of 122 and was armed with four 4 inch guns; one 3 inch anti-aircraft gun and twelve 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in ...
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Hopkins

noun English biochemist who did pioneering work that led to the discovery of vitamins (1861-1947)
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Hopkins

Hopkins, city (1990 pop. 16,534), Hennepin co., SE Minn., a suburb of Minneapolis; inc. as West Minneapolis 1893, name changed 1928. The city manufactures machinery, computer and electronic parts, steel products, air pollution equipment, ophthalmic lenses, tools, jelly and candy, bakery products, an...
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Hopkins

Type: Term Pronunciation: hop′kinz Definitions: 1. H. H., 20th-century Br. optic physicist. See: Hopkins rod-lens telescope
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Hopkins

Hopkins is an English, Welsh and Irish patronymic surname. The English and Welsh derivations mean `son of Hob`. It derives from the Germanic warrior name Hrod-berht, translated as `renowned-fame`. It was `borrowed` into French, where the spelling was changed from `Hob` to `Robert`. The name in Ireland is an Anglicisation of the Irish Gae...
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Hopkins

The red variety is an interspecific new breed between Post Oak x Norton, They are genes of Vitis aestivalis. Vitis lincecumii and Vitis vinifera contain. The intersection of hybrid took place in 1905 in the USA by the botanist Thomas Volney Munson (1843-1913). The vine is resistant to vine disease Pierce Disease, No stocks were reported in 2010 (Ky...
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