American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Huggins, Charles Brenton 1901-1997. Canadian-born American surgeon. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for research in hormone treatment for cancer of the prostate.
- n. English astronomer who pioneered spectroscopic analysis in astronomy and who discovered the red shift (1824-1910)
- From a medieval diminutive of the given name Hugh + patronymic suffix -s. (Wiktionary)
“Later I found out it was Colin Huggins, who hauls pianos all over the city (even the subway!) to play for passersbys.”
“Playing tough man-to-man defense, grabbing what seemed like every loose ball, West Virginia used Joe Alexander's 22 points and 11 rebounds and all sorts of contributions from unlikely sources for a 73-67 victory over Duke on Saturday, getting to the NCAA tournament's round of 16 in Huggins 'first season.”
“And there was certainly some of that in Huggins 'speech, delivered after his players heard a loud bang emanate from the coach's office.”
“Coach Bob Huggins is on the verge of having the services of Bill Walker for the second half of the season.”
“Rogers is also representing Colin Huggins from whom label lawyers are demanding $4,500 by way of a settlement.”
“Northwestern State, 81-65, in Huggins '500th career game with the team.”
“Cincinnati coach Bob Huggins is the Johnny Cash of college basketball.”
“Charles B. Huggins is a Member of the National Academy of Sciences and of the American”
“I'm guessing Alexander called Huggins to thank him.”
“Those old-timers out there can probably recall Huggins as a player at West Virginia in the 1970s.”
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