Hooton

[ hoot-n ]
/ ˈhut n /

noun

Ear·nest Albert [ur-nist] /ˈɜr nɪst/,1887–1954, U.S. anthropologist and writer.

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Example sentences from the Web for hooton

  • Hooton said that the foundation would continue reaching out to young people about the dangers of anabolic steroids.

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  • One branch of the family settled at Hooton, but the last of this line lost his estates by gambling and extravagance.

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  • Hooton Hall was built on the site of an old 'black and white' timber house.

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  • Hooton was an oarmaker, at Hooton's wharf, Fish Street, in 1789.

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