[ shel-tn ]


  1. a city in SW Connecticut.
  2. a male given name.

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“Kellogg is making these demands as they rake in record profits, without regard for the well-being of the hardworking men and women who make the products that have created the company’s massive profits,” Shelton said in a statement.

Shelton has been outspoken against the Fed as an institution.

Waller is viewed by lawmakers and economists as representing the mainstream sphere of the Republican Party, while Shelton is associated with the deregulatory views of more-conservative economists.

Shelton’s confirmation was blocked by the Senate last month, and she faces increasingly slim odds of being confirmed by the end of the year.

“The whole thing was just wild,” Shelton told the TV station.

Do we really need $1 billion and five to eight years, as Gen. Shelton says, to replace the RD-180?

The event will be hosted by Jon Stewart and feature performances by Blake Shelton and the West Point Glee Club.

His female counterpart, Kim Shelton, is shown doing the same.

It came about by joking with my publicist at the time, Gene Shelton.

Wikipedia tells us that the late Lyle Shelton, a former stunt pilot, worked as a technical adviser.

He had some cause for 21 thought; for this Sir Harry Shelton was his own natural father.

“Master Shelton, ye are troublesome,” replied the earl severely.

Of these was Mrs. Shelton, who occupied a seat directly in front of the platform.

This was the route which Poe traversed in his visits to Mrs. Shelton.

Astbury of Shelton, early in the 18th century, made red crouch, and white stoneware.