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Wilkins

1. Sir George Hubert. 1888--1958, Australian polar explorer and aviator
2. Maurice Hugh Frederick. born 1916, British biochemist, born in New Zealand. With Crick and Watson, he shared the Nobel prize 1962 for his work on the structure of DNA
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Henry "Hank" Wilkins IV of Pine Bluff, a former Arkansas legislator and the Jefferson County judge until his sudden resignation last month, pleaded guilty last week in federal court to conspiring to accept more than $80,000 in bribes.
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Summary: London [U.K], April 5 (ANI): Former England captain and Chelsea midfielder Ray Wilkins has recently passed away following a cardiac arrest.
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RAY Wilkins has been described as an "absolute gentlemen" and a "fierce winner" after the ex-England captain died in hospital following a cardiac arrest.
RAY WILKINS had a club career spanning nearly 700 matches and also won 84 England caps.
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TRIBUTES have been pouring in for former Chelsea captain Ray Wilkins, who died in hospital yesterday following a cardiac arrest.
Former England captain Ray Wilkins died on Wednesday in a London hospital at the age of 61 following a heart attack.