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- n. Plural form of Hutchinsonian.
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Anyway, one of the Hutchinsonians was a young fellow named Larry Slobodkin, who had just written a little ecology textbook expounding the quantitative model-building approach to evolutionary problems.
Time, when Pratt was universally call'd by the Hutchinsonians a bad Politician, and I never could hear any other Reason given, but this that his Prophecies about the
Matters verged to a crisis when the Hutchinsonians announced their intention of electing Mr. Wheelwright, who had not long since arrived, as a second teacher in the church.
With August came the famous Synod of Cambridge, the first ever held in New England, in which the Church set about defining its own position and denouncing the Hutchinsonians.
He was a mystic in his interpretation of the Scriptures, and created a sect that went under the name of Hutchinsonians.
Mr. Kittle gives a list of some Hutchinsonians, -- as Bishop Horne;  Dr. Stukeley;  the
Hutchinsonians, (429) of whom one seldom hears any thing in town.