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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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From a Middle English diminutive of Hugh +‎ -son.


  • I've been reading some wartime diaries at random recently and browsing another book Under Seige Literary Life in London 1939 - 45 by Robert Hewison.

    Sunday Confessions

  • As the new world order emerges so does a new way of thinking and Penelope Fitzgerald in her excellent afterword sums it up as only she could and perhaps she was thinking along the same lines as Robert Hewison


  • Robert Hewison would argue that I'm sensible to do that; although he would suggest that preserving the past is part of the impulse to preserve the self (that justifies the contents of our loft then) too much nostalgia also has its dangers and he elaborates very thought-provokingly in his book The Heritage Industry: Britain in a Climate of Decline which is quite a revealing expose of the growth, manufacture and marketing of heritage.


  • Adam Hewison, president of, said his technical models indicated gold could remain in a trading range as it builds up energy for its next upward move.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • "There are potential feet on the street just waiting to be unleashed," said Kevin Hewison, a longtime observer of Thai politics and a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Hewison recounted some of the positions he took during gold's rally this spring and summer. News

  • "We didn't get out at the very top," Hewison said. News

  • In Hewison's case, he also uses his own proprietary tools called "trade triangles." News

  • Kitco News - Adam Hewison doesn't try to pick tops and bottoms. News

  • Hewison advises beginning traders to learn all they can about markets before taking their first position and also to develop some type of methodology. News


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