Wilkinson

[ US /ˈwɪɫkənsən, ˈwɪɫkɪnsən/ ]
NOUN
  1. English chemist honored for his research on pollutants in car exhausts (born in 1921)
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How To Use Wilkinson In A Sentence

  • An eye-catching floral tribute to England rugby star Jonny Wilkinson helped Doncaster to shine in this year's Yorkshire in Bloom competition.
  • Judging from these movies, Mark Wilkinson is evidently some kind of caecilian-hunting guru genius: with just two lazy, shallow strokes of a spade, he was able to discover two caecilians in their native habitat. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Mr Wilkinson was of the opinion that since water treatment equipment had been installed only recently, there were likely to have been corrosion and a build up of scale over the years inside the pipe work.
  • Kevin Wilkinson's simple metal dinghy, propelled by a single scull from a rowlock at the stern, maintains one of the oldest crossings of the Mersey – now transferred to the canal because the nearby river itself is bridged. Britain's Best Views: the Mersey ferry, Liverpool
  • Wilkinson's mature performance with perfectly timed passes and Tig's energy helped to secure the 19-7 win.
  • Wilkinson made his League debut for Grimsby as a teenager and scored after five minutes against Charlton Athletic.
  • It never really came and it seemed as if both Jones and Wilkinson were obsessed with hoofing the ball down the middle of the park.
  • It may be possible to go further and interpret Lord Browne-Wilkinson's somewhat ambiguous dicta as removing the requirement for a fiduciary relationship altogether.
  • Andy Wilkinson chalked up his first win of the season.
  • Matt Wilkinson is recognised as one of Australia's best young guns and the goofy-footer has his sights set firmly on the ASP World Tour. broadbandsports.com -
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