- a town in N England, in NW Derbyshire in the Peak District: thermal springs. Pop: 20 836 (2001)
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Buxton, whose wife is South African and also deaf, said neither could not believe what they were watching.Nelson Mandela Memorial Interpreter Was a Fake
December 11, 2013
“I wanted to achieve the aesthetic of the time, but to make it attractive to modern audiences,” Buxton says.
“There was a question of how we would portray them,” Buxton says.
And Buxton is gone; now the costume department is run by her former assistant, Caroline McCall.
“I just felt the time was right,” Buxton tells The Daily Beast.
Historical Examples of buxton
When did a rheumatic ploughman have recourse to Bath or Buxton?In the Heart of Vosges
The Buxton settlement had its part in the John Brown affair.
I send you 500 leaflets, kindly give them to the boys and girls of Buxton.General Gordon
And so there goes Mr. Buxton making offers out of our own pocket.Current History, A Monthly Magazine
New York Times
And Captain Buxton winked at the other subaltern and felt that he had said a good thing.Starlight Ranch