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Buxton

(ˈbʌkstən)
n
(Placename) a town in N England, in NW Derbyshire in the Peak District: thermal springs. Pop: 20 836 (2001)
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Well, as I was saying, I was very ill and was ordered to Buxton for a month, with strict injunctions to do nothing whatever all the while that I was there.
But the days still passed slowly notwithstanding, and I was heartily glad when the last one came and I was being whirled away from gouty, consumptive Buxton to London with its stern work and life.
Crisp was summoned from Buxton, and abruptly carried off her darling boy; but the idea, even, of such an eagle in the Chiswick dovecot caused a great flutter in the breast of Miss Pinkerton, who would have sent away Miss Sharp but that she was bound to her under a forfeit, and who never could thoroughly believe the young lady's protestations that she had never exchanged a single word with Mr.
I remember seeing those two lines wrote on a window at Buxton.
At Oakbourne, the ostler at the Royal Oak remembered such a young woman as Adam described getting out of the Treddleston coach more than a fortnight ago--wasn't likely to forget such a pretty lass as that in a hurry--was sure she had not gone on by the Buxton coach that went through Snowfield, but had lost sight of her while he went away with the horses and had never set eyes on her again.
The event is just one run, it's probably just the excuse to come out here,'' said Detective Anthony Buxton, who will be running in the third stage of the Mojave Desert race.
As Bill Buxton leaves WUSF to pursue new opportunities, he leaves behind a legacy of success.
John Ruskin once snobbishly remarked that 'there was a rocky valley between Buxton and Bakewell .
We've never addressed in any serious way how to keep teachers in our classrooms," Buxton says.
2001 15m prod Festian Lente Productions, Black Sheep Films, p Caitlyn Colquhoun, Lisa Mader, discled Jason Buxton, ph Albert Hennen, mus Peter Johnston; with Kiersten Tough.
Andrew Buxton, the former chairman of Barclays Bank who is the forum's chairman, said one of the top goals for his federation would be to improve access to markets around the world for insurers in asset-management services.
He equates today's Third World debt with slavery, that other terrible evil against which his great-great-great-grandfather, the British MP Thomas Buxton, campaigned successfully in the early 19th Century.