Hutchinson

[Amtrak station] The Hutchinson Amtrak station is a train station in Hutchinson, Kansas, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. Hutchinson Station was originally a Victorian structure built in 1897 that was replaced by a more contemporary brick depot in 1950. Both buildings were built and owned by the Atchis...
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Hutchinson

[publisher] Hutchinson & Co. was an English book publisher, founded in 1887 by Sir George Hutchinson then succeeded by his son, Walter Hutchinson (b 1887 - d 1950). Hutchinson`s published books and magazines such as The Lady`s Realm, Adventure-story Magazine, Hutchinson`s Magazine and Woman. In the 1920s Walter Hutchinson published many of ...
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Hutchinson

Hutchinson, city (1990 pop. 39,308), seat of Reno co., S central Kans., on the Arkansas River; inc. 1872. It is a commercial and industrial center in a grain (especially wheat), livestock, and oil region. There is grain milling (Hutchinson has a giant grain elevator, over half a mile long), and the ...
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Hutchinson

Type: Term Pronunciation: hŭtsh′ĭn-sŏn Definitions: 1. Jonathan, British surgeon, 1828-1913. See: Hutchinson facies, Hutchinson freckle, Hutchinson mask, Hutchinson crescentic notch, Hutchinson patch, Hutchinson pupil, Hutchinson teeth, under tooth, Hutchinson triad, Hutchinson-Gilford disease, Hutchinson-Gilford syndrome &...
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