Hewlett may refer to:

  • Hewlett (surname)
  • Hewlett Johnson (1874-1966), English clergyman, Dean of Manchester and Dean of Canterbury
  • Hewlett Thompson (born 1929), Anglican former Bishop of Exeter
  • Hewlett, New York, a hamlet and census-designated place
  • Hewlett House (Cold Spring Harbor, New York), on the National Register of Historic Places

Other articles related to "hewlett":

ASK Corporation - Decline and Sale (1990–1994)
... called for 30 percent of ASK to be sold to Hewlett-Packard and Electronic Data Systems (EDS) for a total of $60 million, which in turn enabled ASK to pay $110 million for Ingres ... Hewlett-Packard made the hardware upon which much of ASK's software ran, and the ASK resold Hewlett-Packard products as part of its software packages ... Both Hewlett-Packard and EDS had strong histories of involvement with manufacturing businesses, and this heritage promised to open more potential markets for ASK ...
The Shrine - Production
... The episode mainly focused on David Hewlett's character, Rodney McKay ... Hewlett's real-life sister, Kate Hewlett made an appearance as Jeannie Miller, McKay's sister ... This episode was the fourth to star Kate Hewlett's character ...
Magic Boy (video Game)
... The game stars Hewlett, a boy wizard who accidentally released monsters and turned his master into an elephant ... Hewlett has to correct his mistakes and imprison the monsters ... Hewlett has to defeat his enemies by forcing them into his magical bag and dumping them at key positions ...
Barry Hewlett
... Hewlett is a professor in the Department of Anthropology at Washington State University ... Bonnie Hewlett who concentrates for her study on the Aka women and health issues ... Persondata Name Hewlett, Barry Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death ...
List Of Devices With Assisted GPS - Hewlett Packard (HP)
... Hewlett Packard IPAQ 614c Hewlett Packard IPAQ 914 Hewlett-Packard Veer. ...

Famous quotes containing the word hewlett:

    Recently we’ve been hearing a lot about women “having it all.” Myself, I think that is not really an accurate description of female lives today. It seems to me that what we have been up to is DOING it all.
    —Sylvia Hewlett (20th century)