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Matt Hewitt
... Matt Hewitt (born 7 July 1991) in Durban, South Africa) is a professional surfer ... Hewitt has been a member of the New Zealand surfing team for the last 4 years ...
Leatherface - Comics
... exposed after the events of the first film, the comics show the Hewitt family living in a series of tunnels in the sewers of Travis County ... The comics also imply that the other people in the town, while perhaps not involved with the Hewitts' cannibalism, at least know of it and have agreed to help them deal with outsiders ... stopped from calling the police by the owner and patrons, who tell her that they "don't want no Hewitt trouble." They later reprimand Leatherface for not looking after his "livestock." Later one ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1961) - Alice Burgess
8 May 1961 Episode 42 Classification Former recurring Family Brothers Harry Hewitt Nephews Christopher Hewitt Nieces Lucille Hewitt Alice Burgess is the divorcée sister of ...
Liveleak - Content - Racial Slurs and Racism On LiveLeak
... Hayden Hewitt has made three specific points regarding racism on Liveleak "1) We don't particularly care whether you are racist or not ... tolerate certain racial slurs." When pressed regarding point three, Hewitt refused to state exactly which kind of racial slurs or racism were allowed, saying "Wh ...

Famous quotes containing the word hewitt:

    The decision to have a child is both a private and a public decision, for children are our collective future.
    —Sylvia Ann Hewitt (20th century)

    John B. Watson, the most influential child-rearing expert [of the 1920s], warned that doting mothers could retard the development of children,... Demonstrations of affection were therefore limited. “If you must, kiss them once on the forehead when they say goodnight. Shake hands with them in the morning.”
    —Sylvia Ann Hewitt (20th century)

    This is our fate: eight hundred years’ disaster,
    crazily tangled like the Book of Kells:
    the dream’s distortion and the land’s division,
    the midnight raiders and the prison cells.
    —John Hewitt (b. 1907)