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A. P. Hill (1825—1865)

Aaron Hill (1685—1750) writer and entrepreneur

Abraham Hill (1635—1722) secretary of the Royal Society and cultural dilettante

abyssal hill

Adam Hill (c. 1548—1595) religious writer and Church of England clergyman

Alban Hill (c. 1489—1559) physician

Albert Edwin Hill (1927—2005) equestrian and farmer

Albert George Hill (1889—1969) athlete and coach

Alexander Hill (1785—1867) Church of Scotland minister and theologian

Alexander Hill Everett (1790—1847)

Alexander Staveley Hill (1825—1905) barrister and politician

Alfred Hawthorne Hill (1924—1992) comedian

Alfred Hill (1870—1960)

Alison Hill

Alison Hills

Alsager Hay Hill (1839—1906) social reformer

Amelia Robertson Hill (1820—1904) sculptor

Andrew Hill (1931—2007)

Andrew J. Hill

Anita Hill (b. 1956)

Anthony Hill (b. 1930)

Anthony Hill (b. 1942)

Ape of the Hills

Archibald Vivian Hill (1886—1977) physiologist

Arnold Frank Hills (1857—1927) shipbuilder and philanthropist

Arthur Hill (1601—1663) politician

Arthur Hill (b. 1922)

Arthur Hill Hassall (1817—1894) physician and microscopist

Arthur Hill Trevor (1798—1862) politician

Austin Bradford Hill (1897—1991) medical statistician


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A local, well‐defined elevated area of land with a rounded top, smaller than a mountain. See also hillslope.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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