- Edwin Mc·Mas·ters [muh k-mas-terz, -mah-sterz] /məkˈmæs tərz, -ˈmɑ stərz/, 1814–69, U.S. statesman: Secretary of War 1862–67.
- Elizabeth Ca·dy [key-dee] /ˈkeɪ di/, 1815–1902, U.S. social reformer.
- a city in SW California.
- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of stanton
Stanton has traveled eight times to the Mexican capital since he took office in January of 2012.Oh, Mexico! U.S. Pols Head South En Masse
May 21, 2014
Like Will Stanton, Little Hawk is 11 when ancient ritual and sudden circumstance rob him of his innocence.She Who Came After Tolkien, Before Rowling
August 31, 2013
Stanton asked, via his Facebook page, that DKNY donate $100,000 to the YMCA in his neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
But now, the story has a happy ending: through a crowd-sourced fundraising program, Stanton was able to raise the extra $75,000.
It offered him $15,000, Stanton says—and he refused “on principle.”Oops: DKNY Admits Using Blogger’s Photos Without Permission
February 25, 2013
Historical Examples of stanton
Stanton was too tired to eat, and lay down upon the bare rocks to sleep.
While Stanton cooked dinner, Pete brought forward a second pack.
Stanton took charge of the kettle and dished out the rations that night.
Stanton sang a solo, and then all joined in “Auld Lang Syne.”
The most contradictory rumors are in circulation about Stanton.Diary from November 12, 1862, to October 18, 1863