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- proper n. A travelling fayre that comes to Newcastle upon Tyne.
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Hoppins followed us into the hallway to an alcove near the elevator bank.
Perhaps Lavery was the professor Dr. Hoppins was referring to when she stopped me in the courtroom to tell me the news that Fillian was trying to barter for an early release.
I was anxious to dismiss Hoppins and get on to our more immediate work.
Mike picked up my folders and we started out of the courtroom, while Abramson and Hoppins followed us down the aisle.
Dr. Hoppins will tell you that Mr. Suggs was already in therapy when he was arrested in ninety-four.
What Dr. Hoppins, and perhaps counsel himself, may not be aware of—since Mr. Suggs was represented by Legal Aid at that time—is that when the defendant was apprehended for these charges, he had just left Dr. Hoppins’s office.
If you’re done, Ms. Cooper, I think I would like to hear from Dr. Hoppins.