American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of south-central Kansas on the Arkansas River northwest of Wichita. It is a commercial and industrial center in an agricultural and oil-producing area. Population: 41,100.
- Hutchinson, Anne 1591-1643. English-born American colonist and religious leader who was banished from Boston (1637) for her religious beliefs, which included an emphasis on personal intuition as a means toward salvation.
- Hutchinson, Thomas 1711-1780. American colonial official who was unpopular as governor of Massachusetts (1771-1774) because he supported British policies.
- n. A surname.
- n. American colonist (born in England) who was banished from Boston for her religious views (1591-1643)
- From a medieval diminutive of the given name Hugh + -son. (Wiktionary)
“Senate, but after spending a year holding press conferences in which he called Hutchinson a criminal, still had no evidence and folded his hand. can it get any better ….”
“Earl Ofari Hutchinson is an author and political analyst.”
“Alex Hutchinson is a columnist for Toronto's Globe and Mail and a senior editor at Canadian Running magazine.”
“Maybe Hutchinson is aware of what this moron has done to the state.”
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“Hutchinson is Dick Cheney's proxy 100% and don't forget it.”
“Hutchinson is challenging two-term incumbent Rick Perry in next year's Republican Party primary.”
“The Lynx are leading a "Lindsay Whalen Day" in Hutchinson next week, and she'll throw out the first pitch at the Twins game on May 25.”
“Plus, Spc. Alexis Hutchinson, is a 21-year-old Army cook.”
“Alas, the Cosmodrome in Hutchinson, Kansas was closed by the time we reached it ... but it does look cool, with a full-sized Atlas and Mercury Redstone standing outside.”
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