- Jonathan,1760–1824, U.S. politician, Speaker of the House 1795–99.
- a city in SW Ohio.
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Target was established in 1962 by the Dayton brothers as a discount offshoot of their eponymous Twin Cities department store.Best Buy Punches Back at Amazon
December 27, 2014
And, since the 1980s, Dayton has held dramatic reenactments of the trial.
The weird thing, really, is that Dayton began to grow into the role which history had assigned it.
On May 13, 7,000 Minnesotans came to watch Gov. Dayton sign the legislation into law on the Capitol steps.How Anti-Gay Forces Helped Minnesota Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
Rep. Karen Clark
May 18, 2013
Last year in Dayton, Fla., police were called in to deal with nearly a hundred drunken Santas who had descended on the mall.Criminal Santas: Grapevine Murders, Bank Robberies, More (Photos)
December 28, 2011
My talk with Colonel Dayton had, in a way, contributed to this gloomy feeling.
But after Dayton's return with his prisoners you will be my representative in that district.
Their long noses with the bulb at the base were Dayton noses.The Prisoner
I stopped at Dayton and looked into the matter, and learned to fly.'Charge It'
Dayton strolled to the door and back again before he answered.Peak and Prairie
- an industrial city in SW Ohio: aviation research centre. Pop: 161 696 (2003 est)
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