- a borough of Greater London, England.
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The best answer Sutton offers is a statement by the preacher John Roach Stratton back in 1918.
As Sutton shows in his book, the important shift took place gradually, from the end of the Civil War until World War II.
Sutton Foster abandoned her usual perky personna to play scared and scarred in Violet, and voters may reward her effort.Who Will Win the Tony Awards?
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And so when my Grandma died, I assumed my main connection to Sutton was gone with her.
In Sutton, you're often described as the "Green boy" or "so and so's grandkid".
Sutton, even when trained to his finest, would have outweighed him twenty pounds.
Just as before, Sutton feinted and saw his opening and swung.
Then he realized that Sutton would not rise again––not for a time.
We have an example noted at Sutton, near Hull, in August, 1877.Bygone Punishments
The village of Sutton Valletort was 'the germ of ancient Plymouth.'Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts
- a borough of S Greater London. Pop: 178 500 (2003 est). Area: 43 sq km (17 sq miles)
Sutton(sŭt′n)Walter Stanborough 1877-1916
- American physician and geneticist who described the behavior of chromosomes in cell division and provided evidence that chromosomes contain units of inheritance.
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