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Ham·il·ton

(hăm′əl-tən), Alice 1869-1970.
American toxicologist and physician known for her research on occupational poisons and her book Industrial Poisons in the United States (1925).
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A loud whispering from the Steward succeeded and then again Hamilton was heard with even intenser scorn.
Then there were pushing of chairs, footsteps in the next room, and plaintive expostulations from the Steward, who was pursuing Hamilton, even out of doors through the main entrance.
Product and service enhancements will be introduced as Hamilton State Bank completes the systems conversion in November.
Hamilton, 86, a lifelong resident of Pepperell, died peacefully Friday evening, Aug.
LEWIS HAMILTON could become the first rookie to win the Formula One world championship tomorrow in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Alexander Hamilton was born in 1757 on the British West Indian island of Nevis into a familial situation that was something less than ideal.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica - The MLS champion Galaxy cut short its visit to Costa Rica on Friday after the death of club president and general manager Doug Hamilton.
Hamilton, UOC logistician for Marine Corps Systems Command.
New York City officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week for a new military housing community at Fort Hamilton Army Garrison in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
Register became Hamilton County's superintendent: unkempt buildings with no inside doors, carpeting likely laid the year Harper was born, asbestos, and a pervasive feeling of neglect.
Stew Hamilton, a geochemist with the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS), has been hitting the lecture circuit lately, talking with Canadian government officials, Ontario prospectors and especially oil and gas developers to convince them to cast their eyes upon Northern Ontario.