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Tarkington

(ˈtɑːkɪŋtən)
n
(Biography) (Newton) Booth. 1869–1946, US novelist. His works include the historical romance Monsieur Beaucaire (1900), tales of the Middle West, such as The Magnificent Ambersons (1918) and Alice Adams (1921), and the series featuring the character Penrod

Tar•king•ton

(ˈtɑr kɪŋ tən)

n.
(Newton) Booth, 1869–1946, U.S. novelist and playwright.
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bought the 4512 Burrow Drive project from an ownership group divided among Larry Clary, 50%, and Harvey Thomas and John Tarkington, 25% each.
Arlington Heights| Booth Tarkington School students gave their teachers an A-plus on their fundraising efforts to support local education and funds for the PTO.
Indeed, many of the incidents in his boyhood could have been lifted from the writings of Booth Tarkington or Hamlin Garland.
From overarching theory to specific real-world contexts, "Voice of Justice: Reclaiming the First Amendment Rights of Lawyers" by Margaret Tarkington (Professor of Law at the Indiana University McKinney School of Law) provides a critical resource for lawyers, judges, and scholars to understand the relationship between the First Amendment rights of lawyers and the integrity of the justice system.
It attracted literary figures and artists such as Booth Tarkington, Hermann Hagedorn, Rex Beach, Hamlin Garland, and James Montgomery Flagg.
"[It's] impossible not to hear echoes of Steinbeck in Cash's sprawling, multi-voiced account of a battered, hopeless woman who rises up to become the symbol of a movement." ED TARKINGTON
  Other high priced home sales in the past week: 1673 Ox Bow Lane Covington Sales price: $75,000 Asking price: $94,000 Listing agent: Todd Dean, Select Realty Group Selling agent: Betsy Tarkington, Coldwell Banker TEC Realtors   1412 Royal St.
In 2014, at Beebe High School in Beebe, Arkansas, then-principal Michael Tarkington and teacher Chad Mercado could not find a ready-made curriculum and had to do a lot of improvisation as they worked to launch a pilot program.
The story unfolded here principally involves two well-known writers from the early-twentieth century, Theodore Dreiser and Edith Wharton, and three others whom few today read, Robert Grant (1852-1940), Robert Herrick (1868-1938), and Booth Tarkington (1869-1946).
As to the press, a Syndicate Features Division employed novelists and writers, such as Booth Tarkington and celebrated "muckraker" Ida Tarbell, in an effort to provide newspapers with appropriate material.
Steve Rowlands was on target for Upton AA, but it was visitors Heswall who profited 2-1, courtesy of a goal apiece from Andy Kingan and Mark Jones while Lee Tarkington's hattrick inspired Helsby to an 8-0 win over a depleted Mallaby line-up.