Sydney Ewart Hollingworth
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Sydney Ewart Hollingworth (1899–1966) was a British geologist who specialized in the Pleistocene geology of northwest England, and was Professor of Geology at University College London, 1946–66. The Hollingworth Cliffs in Antarctica are named after him. Awarded the Murchison Medal in 1959.
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