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Dutton

/ˈdʌtən/
noun
1.
Clarence Edward. 1841–1912, American geologist who first developed the theory of isostasy
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  • dutton was son to a man who had lived as butler in Mowbray's family.

  • They are fellow-subjects, Mrs. dutton, and that is a great deal.

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  • By this time, dutton's practical knowledge and recollection had returned.

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  • It's a melancholy business, Mrs. dutton; I fear there can be little hope.

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  • Mrs. dutton was also present, as was Magrath, who remained on shore, in attendance.

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  • The truth of this conjecture was apparent to dutton at a glance.

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