Elton


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Elton

(ˈɛltən)
n
1. (Biography) Ben(jamin) (Charles). born 1959, British comedian, scriptwriter, playwright, and novelist; his work includes the Blackadder series for television (1987–89), the play Gasping (1990), the novel High Society (2002), and the lyrics to the musical We Will Rock You (2002)
2. (Biography) Charles Sutherland. 1900–91, British zoologist: initiated the study of animal ecology
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Elton was the very person fixed on by Emma for driving the young farmer out of Harriet's head.
SIR Elton John stormed off stage after a fan - one of a number who had been invited on to the stage - tried to touch him as he performed.
TEENAGER Elton Harland was found dead just hours after he vowed to track down a gang of bullies, an inquest heard.
Elton John's incredible showbiz life is to be turned into a musical.
Elton, 70, last week said he would sign off his years on the road with a 300-date Farewell Yellow Brick Road global tour over three FAREWELL: Elton years.
ELTON John has been left devastated following the death of his mum, whom he had reconciled with after a seven-year feud.
ELTON John has been left devastated following the death of his mum whom he had reconciled with after a seven-year feud.
Internationally renowned singer and song writer Sir Elton John has lost a four-month legal battle to prevent the reporting of claims that he sexually harassed a male employee.
Elton John, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena ELTON John is famed for his talent and his temper, but only the former was in evidence as he wowed the crowd at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena.
But, according to Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant, fellow icon Elton John is unlikely to be cheering.
1976 Elton John &KikiDee- Don''t Go Breaking My Heart WRITTEN by Elton John with Bernie Taupin under the pseudonyms Ann Orson and Carte Blanche (a pun on the expression an horse and cart, blanche), and intended as an affectionate pastiche of the Tamla Motown style, this is not to be confused with the Burt Bacharach/Hal David song of the same title recorded in 1965 by Dionne Warwick for the album Here I Am.