Definitions

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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive of the given name Hugh.

Examples

  • Workers have said they were skeptical at first, but after witnessing things Hulin predicted come true at the site, many are now believers.

    2009 February 11 « Scavenging

  • Aubry Dauterive, one of the first people to dig at the site with Hulin, said Hulin told him he would find something at around 17 feet, and “sure enough, he was right within 2 or 3 feet.”

    2009 February 11 « Scavenging

  • Workers have said they were skeptical at first, but after witnessing things Hulin predicted come true at the site, many are now believers.

    2009 February « Scavenging

  • Aubry Dauterive, one of the first people to dig at the site with Hulin, said Hulin told him he would find something at around 17 feet, and “sure enough, he was right within 2 or 3 feet.”

    2009 February « Scavenging

  • “We gave everybody the weekend off after it fell again,” Hulin said.

    Man Claims God Led Him to Buried Treasure « Scavenging

  • Workers have said they were skeptical at first, but after witnessing things Hulin predicted come true at the site, many are now believers.

    Man Claims God Led Him to Buried Treasure « Scavenging

  • Aubry Dauterive, one of the first people to dig at the site with Hulin, said Hulin told him he would find something at around 17 feet, and “sure enough, he was right within 2 or 3 feet.”

    Man Claims God Led Him to Buried Treasure « Scavenging

  • “We gave everybody the weekend off after it fell again,” Hulin said.

    2009 February 11 « Scavenging

  • “We gave everybody the weekend off after it fell again,” Hulin said.

    2009 February « Scavenging

  • Rachel Hulin (former photo editor at Nerve) is doing get-out-the-vote in battleground state Wisconsin, and documents this choice example of anti-Obama propaganda flyers being stuffed in mailboxes, in the guise of a letter directly from "Barack Hussein Obama II."

    Boing Boing

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