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Bat·ten

(bat'ĕn),
Frederick E., British ophthalmologist, 1865-1918. See: Batten-Mayou disease, Batten disease.
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The Torchwood star delighted onlookers by taking part in an impromptu rendition of Scotland the Brave after handing the baton over in Greenbank Garden House.
An amazing 130 people nominated him as baton bearer.
A presentation saw the baton passed from Commonwealth Games England to the Commonwealth Games Federation for its final journey through Scotland, leaving Alnwick at 7.
Then it was taken on the waters of the Menai Strait by baton bearer Alex Jones, the BBC One Show co-presenter, who was invited to ride a rib boat under the two iconic bridges that connect the mainland to "Anglesey.
To celebrate its seven-day journey, the Llandegla Mountain Bike Centre will host the relay's nal event before the baton heads across the border to England tomorrow.
The baton carries a message from the Head of the Commonwealth, currently Queen Elizabeth II.
Dame Kelly Holmes, president of Commonwealth Games England, said: "I'm encouraging everyone in Alnwick to get involved when the Queen's Baton Relay comes to Northumberland - find out what event is taking place and if you can be there then please go and cheer on your baton bearers and be part of the Team England send-off to Glasgow
The baton will pass through the hands of around 100 baton-bearers each day of the relay before reaching Glasgow in time for the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony, where Her Majesty the Queen will read her message aloud.
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Interra's Digital Media solutions are led by Baton, an Automated File-based QC solution that ensures media Content Readiness, by Vega, a family of Media Analyzers for standards compliant media content creation and distribution, and by Orion, Real-time Content Monitoring solution.
Matthew Wyatt, shop manager in Clay Lane, Stoke, said: "Staff across the country have been raising money for charity while taking the baton so it was nice for Coventry and Warwickshire staff to take part when it came here.
Using your drill driver, screw the spliced baton to the back of the frame using the 10mm screws, along the line you've drawn.