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panton

(pænˈtʌn)
n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a soft horseshoe
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Solstice/Equinox is the eighth album by two-time JUNO award-winning jazz artist Diana Panton.
Shernett Panton, 34, said her daughter, Stuart, tried to stab herself after the incident.
Newly-appointed artistic director Andrew Panton has unveiled Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre's new season.
Gordon Panton, following an in-house coin design competition.
11 May 2017 - Texas, US-based big data business platform Panton International has acquired Florida, US-based weather forecasting and analysis firm MetLoop Precision Weather Technologies to provide all-in-one service for the insurance industry for weather-related events.
I Believe in Little Things is the first children's music album by award-winning jazz vocalist Diana Panton.
Panton's father was diagnosed with terminal cancer and Panton thought Cruz didn't know; the senator and his wife found out and sent a spray of yellow carnations to the hospital room.
Naturally, with any manufacturing of baby products, precision and quality is paramount and every component we produce here is thoroughly trialed and tested," explained Matt Panton, Senior Process Technician at Philips AVENT.
Alan Hagan, 48, is at the Old Bailey over his alleged dealings with News of the World crime reporter Lucy Panton in 2008 while he worked at the high security hospital in Maghull.
Based in Newcastle, COCO was co-founded by world champion athlete and BBC commentator Steve Cram and former British Army Major Jim Panton in 2000.
Co-author of the study, Lynn Panton, and one of her doctoral students, Titch Madzima, are following up on that research, recruiting another group of women to participate in a study that involves personal training twice per week, followed by consumption of a vanilla bean-flavored protein drink.