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Mr. Hawkins

A personification of the cold winter wind. Mr. Hawkins is brutal today, so you better bundle up.
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Mr. Hawkins

n. the winter wind. (see also hawk.) Put something on your head, or Mr. Hawkins will cut you down.
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Mr Hawkins, a community support worker for Blaenau Gwent social services, had left work at around 5pm and was driving his van along his usual route home when he was suddenly overtaken by a silver Hyundai Tucson.
Mr Hawkins will be taking over as Non-Executive Chairman from Mr Alan Birchmore AO who has resigned.
I feel very comfortable with the change as I have the highest regard for Mr Hawkins.
An inquest in Ruthin heard that, following the tragedy, North Wales Police's professional standards officers examined bodycam footage of the chat between Mr Hawkins and PC Jade Swire, who was found to have acted correctly.
In a statement, Nuneaton Boro said: "Having taken the club as far as he could, since taking control in the autumn, Mr Hawkins has decided the future of the club would be best served in the hands of people from Nuneaton.
Mr Hawkins, pictured, had last been seen driving his black Mitsubishi L200 Warrior 4x4 car in Bala, North Wales, on December 12.
They will be carrying out another search in the area today in the hope of finding any clues that could reunite Mr Hawkins with his family.
"After agreement and at the last moment Mr Hawkins changed the deal again and stated he now wanted access across Nuneaton RFC land for football supporters to use stadium turnstiles.
Mr Hawkins said he was informed himself at about 4pm that the venues were being seized by the liquidators.
Mr Hawkins, 51, from Witham, Essex, who had Salmonella, said: "I wouldn't stay there again."
Mr Hawkins also asks the Crime Commissioner to appear before the Panel to explain his decisions.
Mr Hawkins' brother, John Denney, told the inquest they had been drinking with family and friends at the Tiger Inn in Easington on the day of the crash, September 13 last year.
Some reports suggest cocoa growers in the world's top producer country, Ivory Coast, have resorted to illegally farming protected forests to meet demand - what Mr Hawkins calls "destruction by chocolate".
Mr Hawkins was brought up in Scar Lane, Newsome, and spent much of his life working at David Brown Gears in Lockwood, where he was a machine setter.
Mr Hawkins said: "I'm thrilled that we've won and hope it encourages others to recycle more of their waste too." To take part simply register online at www.recycle-more.co.uk/nerewards or call 0844 844 4546.