Hopkins

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Hop·​kins | \ ˈhäp-kənz How to pronounce Hopkins (audio) \

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Sir Frederick Gow*land \ ˈgau̇-​lənd How to pronounce Hopkins (audio) \ 1861–1947 English biochemist

Hopkins

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Gerard Manley 1844–1889 English poet

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Harry Lloyd 1890–1946 American politician and administrator

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Johns \ ˈjänz How to pronounce Hopkins (audio) \ 1795–1873 American financier

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