from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hawkins, Coleman Randolph 1901?-1969. American jazz saxophonist. Noted for his improvisational solos, he established the saxophone as a leading jazz instrument.
- Hawkins, Sir John 1532-1595. English naval hero who commanded the rear squadron in the defeat of the Spanish Armada (1588).
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- proper n. An English patronymic surname.
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- n. United States jazz saxophonist (1904-1969)
- n. English privateer involved in the slave trade; later helped build the fleet that in 1588 defeated the Spanish Armada (1532-1595)
TORONTO HAWKINS PREMIERE: Ben Stiller praises British actress Sally Hawkins at the premiere of their new film, "Submarine," and says Joaquin Phoenix film "I'm Still Here" is a documentary.
SCREAMIN 'JAY HAWKINS - Voodoo Jive: The Best Of Screamin' Jay Hawkins
And the Justin Hawkins reference makes a lot of sense with that cover.
Also a tune called ‘Music Again’ written by Justin Hawkins of the Darkness!
Oh, and one more thing -- the verbose and hyper-enthusiastic Matthew Hawkins is having a Persona 4 art contest over at his blog.
Jim Hawkins at the University of Houston Law Center made a thought-provoking and intellectually honest attempt, but Nathalie Martin's critique of Hawkins is right on target: In the real world, that's not how these loans play out.
Jim Hawkins at the University of Houston Law Center made an interesting and intellectually honest attempt, but Nathalie Martin's critique of Hawkins is right on target: In the real world, that's not how these loans play out.
The concern for Hawkins is that that ton doesn't weigh down the Buffs even more after they finished 3-9 overall and 2-6 in the Big 12.
Meat Loaf's latest magnum opus presents a series of alternate futures for a wounded soldier, many of them loaded with guest stars such as The Darkness 'Justin Hawkins and guitarists Steve Vai and Brian May.
Screamin 'Jay Hawkins is down in the valley of the foggy hill rock, listening in on a demon talking in tongues.