daunton

daunton

(ˈdɔːntən)
vb (tr)
a Scot variant of daunt
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Property Address: 44 DAUNTON DRIVE, ROCHESTER NY 14624
She also leaves a sister, Margaret Alderman; and her cousins Nancy Daunton, Jack Wolfe, Peggy Luther, Jean Colison and Warren Colison.
with Indigenous Peoples, 1600-1850, at 79 (Martin Daunton & Rick
(117.) See MARTIN DAUNTON, JUST TAXES: THE POLITICS OF TAXATION IN
In Charity, Self-Interest and Welfare in the English Past, edited by Martin Daunton, 139-81.
DAUNTON Margaret Peacefully on Nov 19, 2015 at her home, Wood St, Cilfynydd, Pontypridd; beloved wife of the late John Daunton, dear mother of Stephen and Anne and mother-inlaw of Robert, a loving grandmother, great-grandmother and great-greatgrandmother.
(194.) Martin Daunton, Wealth and Welfare: An Economic and Social
For more information, see Hans-Christian Muller, Frank Daunton, and Clifford Caesar's article, "Schott," in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, New Grove Online, ed.
Chloe Reddaway explores the monastic community at Pannonhalma in Hungary where education and hospitality are motivating factors in the pairing of 'Image and Christianity' (to give the title of a recent exhibition held there); Martin A Ruehl unearths the uncomfortable complexity of Anselm Kiefer's major retrospective at the Royal Academy; Marina Abramovic's summerlong 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery is called into question even though it ostensibly overrides hierarchies and differences; and our book reviews encompass a theological reflection on anthropology (Crispin Paine), a Scandinavian context for medieval art (Claire Daunton) and Greek churches in their abundant architectural glory (David Stancliffe).
(55) Martin Daunton, TRUSTING LEVIATHAN, Chapter 1(Cambridge University Press 2001) ("TRUSTING LEVIATHAN").