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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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IT'S been success most of the way for Pat Minton since reaching the Shropshire veterans stage.
The lucky pair were the first people ever to get married on the incredible Minton tiles inside the Great Hall, uncovered specially for the ocassion.
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OnCue Director of Market Development Scott Minton said the one-time income tax creditfor consumers purchasing a CNG vehicle will be 75%.
"It's also wonderful to announce that once again we will be uncovering our much-loved Minton Tile Floor -- and due to the demand, this year it will be on view throughout the whole of August and will undoubtedly prove hugely popular once again."
The marker will stand in front of townhouse built around 1872 for Theophilus and Virginia McKee Minton, according to a news release from local civil rights organization Columbia 63.
Minton. An extraordinary novel that fuses elements of horror, mystery, and thriller, Antitheus will be available where fine books are sold on October 16, 2017.
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.
Minton presents a textbook based on the current status of a sport science course that has evolved since he began teaching it in 1988.
Northern Gas Networks (NGN), the region's gas distributor, is spending more than [pounds sterling]450,000 to safely remove the tank - believed to have been built around 1906 - at Minton Lane.
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).