Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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From a mostly Scottish variant of Adkin and Atkin, diminutives of the given name Adam.

Examples

  • I have just finished reading Robin Aitken's excellent book "An we trust the BBC?",

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • I have just finished reading Robin Aitken's excellent book "An we trust the BBC?",

    Gordon Brown's election broadcast

  • Well the BBC are to busy clearly to interview Robin Aitken ….

    Archive 2007-03-04

  • Have youb read Robin Aitken ` s book on it Stan there is a fascinating section about the connections between Guardian Newstatesman and left leaning journos and the BBC.

    Ian Dale was right

  • Well the BBC are to busy clearly to interview Robin Aitken ….

    BBC Priorities

  • Robin Aitken spent 20 years as a BBC current affairs journalist.

    Archive 2007-03-04

  • Robin Aitken spent 20 years as a BBC current affairs journalist.

    BBC Priorities

  • Our guest of honour, Miss Margaret Aitken, is known to all readers of the "Telegram" through her column "Between You and Me" which has been an outstanding feature of that paper for the past 8 years.

    The Birth of A Nation

  • Scalps were won, such as Aitken, but still the status quo remained in place.

    ...corrupts absolutely

  • Scalps were won, such as Aitken, but still the status quo remained in place.

    Archive 2006-03-01

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