Dutton


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Dutton

(ˈdʌtən)
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(Biography) Clarence Edward. 1841–1912, American geologist who first developed the theory of isostasy
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Behind them marched six hundred Cheshire and Lancashire archers, bearing the badge of the Audleys, followed by the famous Lord Audley himself, with the four valiant squires, Dutton of Dutton, Delves of Doddington, Fowlehurst of Crewe, and Hawkestone of Wainehill, who had all won such glory at Poictiers.
Nor can they tell why Skim Winsh, who came to his cottage under Dutton Shaw most musically drunk at 10.
No; at Dutton Shaw, sitting on a log, with my feet in a swamp.
This last George did not realise till he met Lady Conant striding through Dutton Shaw a few days after the event.
Yes, that was what used to bother Father Joseph, and Brother Dutton," Brissenden replied.
It's been going well,'' Principal Michael Dutton said.
On September 3, 1999, Joseph Dutton filed a request for innocent spouse relief for tax years 1984 to 1986.
Like Leah Marcus, whose work on topicali ty he does nor cite, Dutton wisely refrains from trying to read an entire play as did earlier Old Historicist critics such as Barbara De Luna in his study of Catiline.
It makes me feel good to have met so many wonderful characters in this bookstore over the years, and so sad that we're finally closing, but it's time,'' owner Davis Dutton said Thursday.
Richard Dutton configures this fascinating story in a somewhat more narrow scope, in that he looks only at Jonson's "critical" works, yet while doing so, he provides new glosses on old chestnuts, such as Jonson's quarrel with Inigo Jones, his turn from the stage to court, and his "real" assessment of Shakespeare.