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Byrne said Wilkie repeatedly told him to find a way to distribute the information he had obtained about Goldstein and also told Hutton to get Cashour to “do something.”VA Secretary Focused on Smearing Woman Who Said She Was Sexually Assaulted in a VA Hospital, Probe Finds|by Isaac Arnsdorf|December 10, 2020|ProPublica
Thompson took over when his predecessor, Greg Dyke, resigned in the wake of the Hutton Report in 2004.
When Hutton Gibson filed for divorce last month, Joye Gibson was “baffled,” according to the petition.Inside Joye Gibson’s Domestic Violence Petition Against Stepson Mel|Maria Elena Fernandez|July 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His models included Julianne Moore, Rita Wilson, Lauren Hutton, and Beyoncé Knowles.Tom Ford Presentation: London Fashion Week Fall Winter 2012|Isabel Wilkinson|February 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His father, Hutton Gibson, is an outspoken religious zealot who has said the Holocaust never happened.
“You do what you have to do,” boomed Hutton to no one in particular.
Hutton Lake, Wyoming, is the home of a serpent queen, whose breathing may be seen in the bubbles that well up in the centre.Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete|Charles M. Skinner
Hutton's original hypothesis, and not the modifications of it introduced by the Neptu-Vulcanists, were adverted to in reply.
At least, one objection to Hutton's views would be removed by modifying his theory in the manner it seems to be by Bakewell.
Mr. Laurence Hutton discovered but Mr. Millet appropriated it: its sweetness was wasted until he began to distil and bottle it.Picture and Text|Henry James
Hereupon a regular scramble took place for the carcass of Mr Hutton Bagsby.Tales from Blackwood|Various
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The father of modern geology did not start out as a geologist. He first apprenticed with a lawyer and then earned a degree in medicine. But after he inherited some land, he decided to devote himself to agriculture, and this led him to think about the origin of soil and its relation to the rest of the landscape, especially the rocks. Based upon his observations, he concluded that old rocks are pushed upwards to become mountains, that new rocks form from the emergence and solidification of lava, and that the driving energy for both of these processes must be the Earth's internal heat. He also concluded that soil forms from rocks through the long process of weathering. In this way Hutton developed the idea that the soil, the rocks, and the landscape were all connected in a single process, which he called Plutonism, in honor of Pluto, the Greek god of the underworld. Hutton realized that the cycle of uplift and erosion required a long time and that the Earth must therefore be much older than a few thousand years, as was widely believed at the time. But it was not until the twentieth century that Hutton's theory was proven correct when geologists, using a technique called radiometric dating, demonstrated that the Earth is in fact more than four billion years old.