Mr. Hawkins

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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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I handed to him the sealed letter which Mr. Hawkins had entrusted to me.
When I had told him the facts and got his signature to the necessary papers, and had written a letter with them ready to post to Mr. Hawkins, he began to ask me how I had come across so suitable a place.
Mr. Hawkins is a Senior Advisor to EW Healthcare Partners, a life sciences private equity firm, and is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Medtronic, Inc., a global leader in medical technology.
Mr. Hawkins is the retired Chairman and CEO of Medtronic, a world-renowned innovative medical technology company.
Miltenberger, Government House Leader, rose on October 24, with respect to comments made by Mr. Hawkins. Mr.
Mr. Hawkins was born in Clinton, raised in Lancaster and attended local schools.
Mr. Hawkins states that the Bar's "primary job is to regulate lawyer behavior."
Mr. Hawkins has over 20 years of banking experience and close insight in asset and liability management, planning, analytics and financial reporting.
Mr. Hawkins, who had taken a job in Louisiana, came home to check on the family after learning about the fire.
High-deductible and cost-sharing policies are a big part of that, but so is paltry coverage, Mr. Hawkins said.
Mr. Hawkins has presented workshops for the Southern California MENC and for the 2006 ACDA regional conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mr. Hawkins said that despite some predictions of a bleak 2005 - there was even talk from certain consultants of crashes of 10 to 30 per cent - data based on mortgage applications show house prices were up by anything between 3.3 and 3.9 per cent last year.
Salaries have become more attractive to physicians than income guarantees because of the desire for security in uncertain financial times, Mr. Hawkins said.
"I enjoy the satisfaction of working with first-time buyers as well as all of my past clients," said Mr. Hawkins. "Oftentimes in the process of selling a client's current place I am also helping them find a new home at the same time—one that will fit their present lifestyle, which can be vastly different than the first time I helped them buy a house or condo."
The trees were planted in about 2000 or 2001 and have been infested since 2008, according to Mr. Hawkins. As of yesterday, tree surveyors had examined 7,849 trees in the surrounding area, according to a daily report from the Boston eradication program.