Wilkins or Wilkin is a name variant of William.

Wilkins may refer to:

  • Wilkins (surname)
  • Wilkin (surname)
  • Wilkins Vélez, Latin pop musician and singer, commonly known as "Wilkins"

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Other articles related to "wilkins":

Marc Wilkins (baseball)
... Marc Allen Wilkins (born October 21, 1970 in Mansfield, Ohio) is an American former Major League Baseball player ... A pitcher, Wilkins played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1996-2001 ... Wilkins attended high school at Ontario High School in Ontario, Ohio and college at the University of Toledo ...
Creature Features - Broadcast Cities (USA) - KTVU-Channel 2 (San Francisco)
... Features ran on KTVU in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1971 to 1984, hosted by Bob Wilkins, and later by John Stanley, who took over in 1979 ... Wilkins had been hosting a similar program on KCRA in Sacramento from 1966, Seven Arts Theater ... Wilkins showcased many classic horror and sci-fi movies the classic low budget Plan 9 From Outer Space, produced and directed by Ed Wood Jr ...
Wilkins - Business
... Bishop Wilkins College, a society in England Wilkins Lecture, a series of lectures led by the Royal Society of London Wilkins lumber, a historic ...
List Of United States Political Families (W) - The Wilkins
... William Wilkins (1779–1865), U.S ... Brother of Ross Wilkins ... Ross Wilkins (1799–1872), Pennsylvania State Representative 1829-1830, Judge of the Michigan Territory 1832-1836, U.S ...
Alan Wilkins (playwright) - Life
... Wilkins was brought up in Edinburgh ... At the time of his debut, Wilkins was working as a drama teacher at Inverkeithing High School, Edinburgh ... about power, politics and decadence, Alan Wilkins Carthage Must Be Destroyed was a gripping indictment of the corruptions of Empire." It was also produced by the Theatre Royal in Bath ...

Famous quotes containing the word wilkins:

    ... aside from the financial aspect, [there] is more: the life of my work. I feel that is all I came into the world for, and have failed dismally if it is not a success.
    —Mary E. Wilkins Freeman (1852–1930)