Hamilton period

Ham´il`ton pe´ri`od

    (hăm´ĭl`tŭn pē´rĭ`ŭd)
1.(Geol.) A subdivision of the Devonian system of America; - so named from Hamilton, Madison Co., New York. It includes the Marcellus, Hamilton, and Genesee epochs or groups. See the Chart of Geology.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And when Hamilton period - heading minute into the second period - heading home a Kyle Neill corner after a blunder from flapping United keeper Paul Murphy - the inevitable unfolded.

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