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Hamp·ton

(hamp'tŏn),
Aubrey Otis, U.S. radiologist, 1900-1955. See: Hampton line, Hampton maneuver, Hampton technique, Hampton hump.
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The agreement is a continuation of the partnership between Hilton Worldwide and Colombia-based Metro Hotels, which last week opened Hampton by Hilton Cali, Colombia.
We are delighted by the overwhelmingly positive market response Hampton Court has enjoyed," said Gary Jacob, executive vice president, of Glenwood.
The Hampton University campus is noted for its stunning beauty.
has been blessed with ballet choreographers: Choo San Goh and Eric Hampton both had craft plus imagination.
The Hampton by Hilton Liverpool/John Lennon Airport in Liverpool, United Kingdom, won the 2010 Customers' Award for 'Most Family-Friendly' hotel from HolidayExtras.
The company will move its entire East Hampton operations to the 27 Main Street building, which was formerly the site of East Hampton Village Hall.
I used to do it for therapy,'' Hampton said of her dedication to cooking.
Roland and Hampton began their long collaboration in 1983 when Roland, whose explosive dancing has been captured many times by photographer Lois Greenfield, joined Momix, where Hampton, following a five-year stint with Pilobolus, had been dancing since 1981.
Among the 36 companies featured in the Hamptons Pass, three new East Hampton restaurants are included.
The Hampton Classic kicks-off with the second annual Wine Spectator's Long Island Wine Classic and concludes with the $150,000 Prudential Financial Grand Prix.
Shuttling between London and San Diego, filmmaker/playwright Christopher Hampton hopes to squeeze in a stop to L.
Our consistent capture of market share is evidence that Hampton continues to provide quality accommodations and excellent service that keeps our guests coming back," stated Phil Cordell, Global Head, Focused Service & Hampton Brand.