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Definition for dalton (2 of 2)
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They vote as often as partisans but are not driven by party loyalty, Dalton found.Yes, Independent Swing Voters Are Real. And May Decide Who Wins Elections|Linda Killian|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The lingering effects of the email scandal may be felt far outside Dalton alone.
Rest assured that personal information about Dalton families, faculty, staff and alumni are treated with the utmost respect.
Glickman pointed out that Dalton recovered quickly from its most recent wealth-related scandal.
Stein's email:Dear Dalton Community, Some of you may have seen recent reports about Dalton in the media.
Upon this Dalton walked away, looking paler and more agitated than ever.
The housekeeper took it, and said, simply, "Welcome to Dalton Hall."
No creature could imagine that you felt any interest in the accomplished sister—of your friend Dalton.Dream Life|Donald G. Mitchell
Honor lived in dread of Captain Dalton's return to the Station.Banked Fires|E. W. (Ethel Winifred) Savi
This is a better and a shorter way of expressing both Boyle's law and Dalton's law.The Mechanism of Life|Stphane Leduc
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Word Origin for dalton
British Dictionary definitions for dalton (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for dalton
in reference to a system of school education designed by Helen Parkhurst, 1920, from Dalton, Massachusetts, U.S., where it was first adopted. For Daltonism see color blindness.