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Minton

(ˈmɪntən)
n
(Ceramics)
a. fine-quality porcelain ware produced in Stoke-on-Trent since 1793
b. (as modifier): Minton plate.
[C19: named after Thomas Minton (1765–1836), English potter]
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MARION - It was 73 years in the making, but Marion resident June Minton was finally honored for her role in defending America during World War II.
Minton, the award-winning author of Trisomy XXI, comes a tale of unspeakable horror.
To achieve this, we developed a series of increasingly sophisticated machine-learning methods for data extraction (Gazen and Minton 2005; Knoblock et al.
Stephen Minton, 45, caused PS10,000 worth of damage to the seventh-floor flat in the 11-storey building in Washwood Heath.
Highlights include: | Minton-tiled floor reveal, St George's Hall - April 13-19 (10am-5pm daily) Made up of more than 30,000 individual tiles, the Minton-tiled floor at St George's Hall was the largest Minton pavement on Earth when it was constructed and is now considered one of the finest examples of its kind in the world.
Minton is a member of the Tax Section Directors' Committee and chair of the Committee on Specialty Tax (formerly known as the Agricultural Tax Law Committee).
Now it has been instrumental in acquiring the Minton Archive--a vast collection of original designs, drawings and pattern books relating to the Staffordshire manufacturers Minton and Royal Doulton.
So do lots of us, but New York accessories expert Alison Minton, with two evening jumpsuits left untouched in her closet since the late '90s, isn't sold on one-pieces for the masses.
In 2011, Tim Minton walked away from what he calls "a significant mid six-figure salary" as an on-air news reporter for Eyewitness News Channel 7 in New York City to start an online video business.
The array of individuals modelled in Minton Bisque porcelain includes Earl Grey, who stands on top of his monument in the centre of Newcastle.
BANKING giant Barclays has hired mother-of-two Angela Minton as retail network regional director for South Wales and the South West.
No great skill is needed to identify the maker whose name is marked on the back: Minton & Co, Stoke on Trent, England, one of the leading tile makers of the 19th and 20th centuries.