- Thomas HartOld Bullion, 1782–1858, U.S. political leader.
- his grandnephewThomas Hart,1889–1975, U.S. painter and lithographer.
- a city in central Arkansas.
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Contemporary Examples of benton
Looking to turn back the tide or at least hold it back for one more election, Clinton will stump in Benton County next week.
By 2012, with its population doubled, Benton County voted 69 percent for Mitt Romney.
So far, there is no evidence that Benton dealt directly with the disgraced legislator.
The campaign blew it off by releasing a picture of Benton holding his nose while standing next to a smiling McConnell.
“The teller told me my account had been closed and do I want to see a banker,” says Benton.The Banks’ War on Porn Stars
Richard Abowitz, Marlow Stern
May 7, 2014
Historical Examples of benton
If we stay he might imagine we're trying to find out what Judge Benton wanted him for.
I went to Judge Benton with the letter, and he wrote me one to send to the lawyers.
"But it wasn't her father," urged Paul, perceiving that Mr. Benton was under a mistake.
Are you going to be under her window, Nich,—I mean Mr. Benton?
"That's the house," said Mr. Benton, in an agitated whisper.
- Thomas Hart . 1889–1975, US painter of rural life; a leader of the American Regionalist painters in the 1930s