Anthony, born 1937, English actor, born in Wales.
Sir Frederick Gowland
[gou-luh nd] /ˈgaʊ lənd/ (Show IPA), 1861–1947, English physician and biochemist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1929.
Gerard Manley
[man-lee] /ˈmæn li/ (Show IPA), 1844–89, English poet.
Harry Lloyd, 1890–1946, U.S. government administrator and social worker.
Johns, 1795–1873, U.S. financier and philanthropist.
Mark, 1802–87, U.S. clergyman and educator.
a city in SE Minnesota.
Contemporary Examples

In the movie, Hopkins and O’Donoghue both fall victim to the demon Baal’s devilish influence.
What’s Real in The Rite Seth Colter Walls January 30, 2011

Hopkins had just graduated from Colgate University and had never pitched in the major leagues before.
Babe Ruth’s Summer of Records Bill Bryson September 28, 2013

“I think, with Hopkins, he finally found some happiness,” Mann said.
How to Get Away With a Hollywood Murder Tim Teeman October 9, 2014

Hopkins’ character, Father Lucas, is based on an actual priest in Rome who broadly resembles his movie counterpart.
What’s Real in The Rite Seth Colter Walls January 30, 2011

In the movie, Hopkins’ character, Father Lucas, is an Assisi-like dude of nature, with cats falling all over him in the courtyard.
What’s Real in The Rite Seth Colter Walls January 30, 2011

Historical Examples

Hopkins’s brow was clouded, and he sat down with an air of deep dejection.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes Arthur Conan Doyle

Hopkins was a successful workman with clever and novel ideas.
The Auburndale Watch Company Edwin A. Battison

What place could be the country while this boy Hopkins was about?
They and I Jerome K. Jerome

O, mother, send aunt Hopkins home; she’s made me look ridiculous!
The Universal Reciter Various

Incomplete returns indicated a slight gain for Hopkins, but not more than a dozen votes altogether.
Aunt Jane’s Nieces at Work Edith Van Dyne

Sir Anthony. born 1937, Welsh actor: his films include Bounty (1984), The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Shadowlands (1994), Nixon (1995), and Hannibal (2001)
Sir Frederick Gowland (ˈɡaʊlənd). 1861–1947, British biochemist, who pioneered research into what came to be called vitamins: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1929)
Gerard Manley. 1844–89, British poet and Jesuit priest, who experimented with sprung rhythm in his highly original poetry
Harry L(loyd). 1890–1946, US administrator. During World War II he was a personal aide to President Roosevelt and administered the lend-lease programme

Hopkins Hop·kins (hŏp’kĭnz), Sir Frederick Gowland. 1861-1947.

British biochemist. He shared a 1929 Nobel Prize for discovery of growth-promoting vitamins.


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