- Theophilus,1590–1658, English colonist and colonial administrator in America.
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for eaton
Eaton said British television had been well-ahead of the U.S. for decades.
More than a decade later, Eaton, now 65, saw Radcliffe on stage in Equus.
Reached via email for a comment, Eaton said that the success of Downton Abbey couldn't be reduced down to just one element.'Downton Abbey' Becomes Highest Rated PBS Drama of All Time
March 19, 2013
The second document released is a handwritten letter from Murdoch to Thatcher from his Eaton Place home.Harold Evans Responds to Murdoch
April 25, 2012
Now running a servants employment office, Rose becomes the housekeeper to the new aristocratic family living at 165 Eaton Place.Upstairs Downstairs Returns to PBS’ Masterpiece
April 7, 2011
Let Old Eaton have his way, if thereby they might beguile him into paving theirs.Tiverton Tales
Doctor Eaton had not seen me, for I stood in the shadow of the bed behind him.
Eaton had not lost his boyish love of adventure yet, you see.
"Not long," replied the young promoter, whose name was Eaton.The Forbidden Trail
"There is no way upon the boat, Captain," expostulated Eaton.Standish of Standish
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